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Sun setting over calm water in the Indian River Lagoon and Canaveral National Seashore .

Exploring Florida & Canaveral National Seashore with Pedal Kayaks

Pedal kayaks are powered by a pedal system instead of paddles and this means that you use your legs to power the kayak. Pedaling the kayak is more efficient and frees up your arms to do other fun activities like fishing, drinking coffee, or taking pictures. You can choose to paddle instead too. Our favorite place for pedal kayaking is Canaveral National Seashore and the Indian River Lagoon.

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comb jelly - bioluminescence

Comb Jellies

What Are Comb Jellies? These simple bioluminescent animals are 95% water and can be found anywhere from the deep ocean to shallow coastal areas like the Indian River Lagoon. Comb jellies can swim but are considered zooplankton because the forces from currents and tides are normally too strong from them to swim against. Although they don’t

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