Vortex Springs Cave
An underwater panoramic view of 100 feet deep inside the Vortex Springs cavern where there are warning signs not to enter further into the cave where the cave opening becomes much narrower and deeper. Only certified cave divers are permitted beyond the warning signs of the stop sign and skull on the cavern ledge.
Brown Bullhead Catfish - Swims Up From Cavern Floor
A Brown Bullhead Catfish swims up from the sandy floor and rocky walls of the cavern about 100 feet deep in Morrison Springs Cave at the state park in Northwest Florida.
A Peninsula Cooter turtle, Pseudemys floridana peninsularis, walking across the sandy bottom just inside of the Morrison Springs cavern 85 feet deep in the 69 degree clear freshwaters of the state park near Red Bay, FL in May 2012.
Two American Eels swim in opposite directions to escapte Scuba divers intrusion into the cave at 90 feet where the spring feed enters the cavern. Water is crystal clear and 69 degrees temperature at Morrison Springs state park.
Navy SEALs demonstrate free climbing of tower wall at Kuwaiti Emeri Guard training facility in Kuwait City.