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PONCE INLET, Fla. -- Family Vacation Critic, TripAdvisor's family travel site, has released its annual list of the "Best Beaches for Families" in the US and Ponce Inet is on it.

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NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. — A 51-year-old Georgia woman is recovering back home after she was bitten in the thigh by a shark on Wednesday as she swam in about 3-foot-deep water.

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Certainly, you've heard of the jingle, "Yes! We Have No Bananas." Well bananas, sand and sardines are things we could be running out of.

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NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. -- Typically it's the shark that bites the human, but this time around, the carcass of a partially-eaten shark washed up on New Smyrna Beach over the weekend, a beach safety official said. 

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Volusia County Beach Safety flew the yellow flag on Sunday with four rescues and nine swimmers helped to shore without further incident.
 

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Snowy Egret in Central Florida / Headline SurferPhoto by Steven Bibeault for Headline Surfer / This Snowy Egret was photographed near along the shoreline on Jan. 11, 2017, in Daytona Beach, Florida. At left is a map showing the terrain of the snowy egret, which is seen year-round along the Florida coastline.
 
By HENRY FREDERICK
Headline Surfer

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Brown polican as seen from Dunlawton Bridge / Headline SurferPhotos for Headline Surfer / Abeove, Steve Bibeault captures the grace and beauty of this brown pelican and its landing at left with other pelicans along the Intracoastal Waterway near the Dunlawton Causeway Bridge in Port Orange, Fla.
Shown below is a scenic image of a stoic-looking brown pelican taken in mid-October.
 

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Beachgoers find all kinds of unique ways to enjoy the World's Most Famous Beach®. Even the occassional beach hammock with a shapely pair of legs dangling from inside.

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By Henry Frederick
Headline Surfer

DAYTONA BEACH SHORES, Fla. -- So who is this tattooed-mystery babe spotted walking along the hard sands of Daytona Beach Shores who caught the camera lens of our intrepid photographer friend who shoots just about everything interesting he sees along the Word's Most Famous beach and beyond?

"I have no idea," said lensman-extraordinaire Steve Bibeault, of the exotic beach beauty with tats. "I was trying to take pictures of waves when she walked into the frame." 

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Wendell Speaker, homeless of Daytona Beach, victim of drowning in Halifax River / Headline Surfer®Photo for Headline Surfer® /
Wendell Robb Spiker, 42, was a homeless man whose body was found in the Halifax River, the apparent victim of an accidental drowning. How he ended up in the river is unknown, but foul play was not suspected, Daytona Beach police said.

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- At 2:36 p.m. Friday a 9-1-1 call led cops to a body floating 20 feet off shore from 905 S. Peninsula Drive between the International Speedway and Silver Beach bridges.

The body of the white man was recovered from the Halifax River by a Daytona Beach Fire Department paramedic team in one of its rescue boats. Burt in this case, it was a recovery.