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Florida Caverns Natural Area
Florida Caverns Natural Area is a unique disjunct relict community from a former temperate hardwood forest that has remained intact and isolated since at least the end of the Wisconsin glacial period. Located within Florida Caverns State Park, the cave harbors three species of bats, including the endangered Indiana bat, which uses the cave for winter hibernation.
Location: Jackson County, FL
Year designated: 1977
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Last Updated: June 28, 2012