SeaWorld birth announcement
Bacteria-infected mosquito trial
Trapper: Iguanas are growing biz
Iguanas eat plants, poop in pools
Iguanas proliferate in Florida
Court sides with reptile owners
Broward mosquito spraying
No disease-carrying mosquitoes have been found so far this year in the Miami area, but officials are prepared to launch aerial pesticide spraying to stamp out any reemergence of Zika, according to the head of mosquito control in the first U.S. county to report transmission of the virus linked to severe birth defects. Miami-Dade County Mosquito Control Operations Manager Chalmers Vasquez also said at a municipal workshop that aggressive code enforcement was essential to eliminating mosquito breeding sites because, despite millions of dollars spent on public outreach, residents and business owners often failed to drain standing water from their properties.
Miami-Dade mosquito plan