State Quiz - Florida

Can you guess these facts about the U.S. state of Florida?
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Last updated: May 2, 2019
First submittedJuly 6, 2013
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Official nickname
Sunshine State
Capital city
Most populous city (city proper)
Most populous metro areas
Largest lake
Oldest continuously inhabited
city in the U.S.
St. Augustine
Most famous National Park
Governor from 1999–2007
Jeb Bush
Hurricane that struck in 1992
Most valuable cash crop
Most-visited tourist attraction
Walt Disney World
Most famous car race
Daytona 500
State reptile
Florida is the only U.S. state where this
pink bird is seen in the wild
Native American tribe that fought three
wars against the U.S. government
Southernmost city
Key West
Bearded author who lived in the above
Ernest Hemingway
Official state marine mammal
NASA space launch site
Kennedy Space
About 1 million Floridians were
born in this country
Level 71
Sep 14, 2014
Disney should work for Walt Disney World
Level 44
Sep 21, 2014
in fact, it would be nice if WDW worked for all disney world answers across jetpunk
Level ∞
Oct 8, 2015
Disney and WDW will work now
Level 79
Jul 9, 2015
Brain freeze! Tried every vegetable and drug crop I could think of before getting oranges in the last few seconds!
Level 83
Apr 10, 2016
How fitting... I just left Florida yesterday.
Level 60
Feb 2, 2017
Lived here since 1956 and almost forgot the Everglades.
Level 22
Mar 13, 2018
Pensacola is the oldest city in the United States. They say the oldest "continually inhabited" city is St. Augustine, but recent discovery has shown that it Pensacola is probably the oldest continually inhabited city, too.
Level 25
May 7, 2018
Achtually sirs, Pensacola is the first city. We were colonized way before St. Augustine. However hurricanes is bad and hit us alot. That's why people think that other place was first. Please correct. Because Pensacola is better and was here first. Thx
Level 56
Jun 30, 2019
The Spanish literally landed in St. Augustine, how could have they already colonized Pensacola?
Level 30
Jan 4, 2020
There was a Spanish settlement at Pensacola prior to the founding of St. Augustine, but it was wiped out by a hurricane. Thus the wording is correct that St. Augustine is the oldest continuously inhabited European settlement in the US.
Level 20
Jul 11, 2018
Got them all except the TV show and Ybor City. My first guess for the crop was sugar.
Level 77
May 3, 2019
What changed since the last update?
Level 68
May 15, 2019
2:39. Apparently something called Ybor City was removed, which is good, because I've never heard of it. :-)
Level 69
Jun 23, 2019
Got them all except the official marine mammal. Where is the petition to sign to change the Miami Dolphins team name?
Level 56
Jun 30, 2019
Ooh the Miami Manatees would be lit.
Level 53
Jun 26, 2019
Surely "gator" should be enough for the reptile? They got a World, after all!
Level 67
Jun 26, 2019
Never been to the USA before, and got 10/22
Level 73
Jun 27, 2019
There's an extra "s" in the flamingo question (should be "bird").
Level 56
Jun 30, 2019
Level 57
Aug 11, 2019
When I was in Florida over 40 years ago, oranges were the state's second most valuable cash crop.
Level 56
Dec 30, 2019
What was first?
Level 67
Aug 28, 2019
Spent all my Summer Vacations until I was 18 with my grand parents in Naples. fond memories, wish I could go back sometime.