Once at the Educational Center you must read the information in the building and at the adjacent display boards to answer the following question: an opossum has _____ teeth? Take this number and add it to an air temperature at which American Alligator eggs will yield only female alligators. Add the total of these two numbers to 318. This number is the last three digits of the first coordinates of the next waypoint, which is N27-50.___, W082-39.888. Proceed to the next waypoint.
At the next waypoint find out how many times it’s weight in food a caterpillar eats. Multiply this number times 30 and add 99. This number is the last three digits of the first coordinates of the next waypoint, which is N27-50.___, W082-39.935. Proceed to the next waypoint. In doing so, you will cross a nearby bridge and follow the boardwalk to the Hammock Trail. The coordinates should take you to a pavilion.
Once at the pavilion, go to the western corner of the pavilion. On a heading of 340 degrees, walk 40 paces down a path to a bench. From the bench, walk 15 paces on a heading of 20 degrees to a patch of palmettos. The cache is located in a small clearing in the middle of the palmettos under some palmetto fronds.
As far as accessibility, this is a “family friendly” cache placed in a small camouflaged container. (Park Supervisor Terry Inhulsen is aware of and has approved this cache.)