. ; Bridgepoint Academy of Greater Miami (Charter) Argentina Argentina, Northeast Florida 2 Causeways 20 External links The location of the spawning ground for European eels remained unknown for decades in the early 19th century it was discovered that the southern Sargasso Sea is the spawning ground for both the European and American eel and that the former migrate more than 5,000 km (3,100 mi) and the latter 2,000 km (1,200 mi) Ocean currents such as the Gulf Stream transport eel larvae from the Sargasso Sea to foraging areas in North America Europe and Northern Africa Recent but disputed research suggests that eels possibly use Earth's magnetic field to navigate through the ocean both as larvae and as adults.
. . ! By late 1975 after seven years at the helm Charles Perry felt he had accomplished his goal and left the university to become president and publisher of the Sunday newspaper magazine Family Weekly (later USA Weekend) one of the country's largest magazines When he left there were more than 10,000 students attending classes and a campus with five major buildings and a sixth being planned, Recently the City of Miami along with the Downtown Development Authority has begun bicycle initiaves promoting citywide bike parking and bike lanes that have made bicycling much more popular for residents Bike lanes and bike sharrows are currently planned for the majority of Downtown streets to be painted by the end of 2010 the Venetian Causeway is a popular bicycle commuter route that connects South Beach to Downtown the Rickenbacker Causeway is very popular on weekends for recreational bicyclists and often bicycles can outnumber cars on the causeway, The Miami-Dade Public Library is one of the country's largest public library systems it has 50 branch locations and others under construction.