A New Species Of Spider Was Discovered At The Miami Zoo

The zoo has only discovered males so far.

Sorry world, a new spider has been discovered at the Miami Zoo, and it looks quite horrifying.

The Pine Rockland Trapdoor Spider (Ummidia Richmond) was discovered by zoo staff in 2012, in the critically endangered pine rocklands environment that surrounds the zoo. It was not confirmed as a new species until specimens were sent to Dr. Rebecca Godwin of Piedmont College, who was able to confirm that the creepy crawler was new to humans.

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To-Go Margaritas & Other Boozy Drinks Are Set To Become Permanently Legal In Florida

The governor is expected to sign the new bill into law soon.

To-go cocktails might have been the only good thing to come out of the COVID-19 pandemic, and it seems like they're here to stay in the state of Florida.

Governor Ron DeSantis ordered that beer, wine, and cocktails could be made to-go in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 back in March of 2020, and he has been a supporter of making it a permanent thing ever since. 

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One NBA Team Is Using COVID-19 Detection Dogs To Make In-Person Attendance Safe

Man's best friend is ready to save the world. 🐶

The Coronavirus pandemic rages on in the United States, but a new hero is here to help us return to normal.

Dogs are now trained to sniff out people who have COVID-19, and the Miami Heat have decided to put some virus-detecting pups to work.

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The Country's Biggest Surf Park Is Coming To Florida Soon

It's the biggest simulated wave park in the US!🌊

A giant wave is heading for Florida shores, but it’s nothing to be worried about!

The nation’s largest surf park is coming to Florida’s east coast, bringing with it a 200-acre development of homes and hotels.

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A Mountain Of Drugs Worth $216 Million Has Just Been Seized In Florida (PHOTOS)

The last month has been busy for coastal law enforcement.

Over the course of several weeks, the Florida Coast Guard has seized a mountain of drugs worth an estimated $216 million through September.

The weekend saw an offloading of 12,100 pounds of cocaine and 5,759 pounds of marijuana in Ft. Lauderdale.

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This Florida City Is Finally Repealing Their Super Strange 'Saggy Pants' Law

The law could hit saggy pant wearers with a $500 fine for "indecent exposure" 😬💰

A saggy pants law in Opa-Locka Florida called "constitutionally questionable" by the Miami Herald is finally being repealed.

The 2013 ordinance made it unlawful for individuals to wear baggy pants that exposed their underwear in public places including city buildings, parks, and businesses — classifying the fashion statement as indecent exposure, with violators subject to civil citations with a $500 fine or 25 hours of community service.

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