Georgia's Coastal Plain makes up about 60 percent of the state's land area. The southeast Lower Coastal Plain in Georgia is also the lowest lying land on the Atlantic coastal plain, which is the largest physiographic reg... More »

One interesting fact about estuaries is that they are among the most productive ecosystems in the world. Estuaries occur when saline water mixes with freshwater, forming brackish water. These estuaries are home to divers... More »

The eastern diamondback rattlesnake is the largest rattlesnake in the world, reaching lengths of up to 8 feet. Living in the coastal plain from North Carolina to Louisiana, its numbers are declining dangerously due to lo... More » Pets & Animals Reptiles Snakes

Atlanta is the capital and the largest city in Georgia and is located in the northwest part of the state. It is the fifth city to become the capital of Georgia preceded by Savannah, Louisville, Augusta and Milledgeville. More » Geography United States The South

Rattlesnakes, deer, wild boar, woodpeckers, alligators, squirrels, cranes, snapping turtles and armadillos are some of the most common animals that live in Georgia's Coastal Plain region. Dinosaur fossils have also been ... More »

One interesting fact about South Carolina is that the state was home to the first battle in the Civil War. The battle took place at Fort Sumter. More » Geography United States The South

Florida has the fourth largest population of any U.S. state – as of 2011, Florida was home to about 19 million people. Jacksonville is the most populous city, followed by Miami, Tampa and St. Petersburg. As of 2014, Flor... More »