Shown below is an island full of pine trees …
In the middle of a pond.
|Water surrounding this pine island|
in Everglades Nat’l Park was too deep to walk to
even in the dry season, February 2015
But don’t be confused with the real thing:
Proper pine islands in the swamp are surrounded by a sea of marl prairie and cypress, the depth of which are usually a few inches to a foot.
|Water sounding this pine island|
in Big Cypress Nat’l Preserve was only 1 foot deep
even during peak wet season, August 2011
The correct answer is B.