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https://plus.google.com/115413682305354361735 Cruise Vacations of Winnipeg : Manatees or Sea Cows can be found in the Amazon as well. These gentle but curious creatures measure ...
Manatees or Sea Cows can be found in the Amazon as well. These gentle but curious creatures measure up to 4 meters long, weigh as much as 1,300 pounds. Because of their sheer size, it is for that reason alone manatees are dangerous however by nature they are docile herbivores who spend most of their day sleeping.
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https://plus.google.com/110696928046500236491 Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation : Mythology & Manatees Quite a few cultures around the world have stories of mermaids, which many scholars...
Mythology & Manatees
Quite a few cultures around the world have stories of mermaids, which many scholars believe were based on tales of manatees and dugongs. The Smithsonian Institution brings you tales of these endangered sea creatures, what they need to survive, and what is being done to protect them.

Photo: Brian Skerry. "Florida Manatee (Trichechus manatus latirostris) swimming within a fresh water spring on Crystal River in Florida. Note the tree roots on the right of the frame which make up a portion of this unique ecosystem. Fish aggregate around the manatee and eat algae on the manatee's body."
Smithsonian Institution
The National Museum of Natural History (NMNH) is part of the Smithsonian Institution, the world’s preeminent museum and research complex. The Museum is dedicated to inspiring curiosity, discovery, and learning about the natural world through its unparalleled research, collections, exhibitions, and education outreach programs. Opened in 1910, the green-domed museum on the National Mall was among the first Smithsonian building constructed exclusive...
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https://plus.google.com/109055661968828921662 Dj Dr : It's #EndangeredSpeciesDay  ! Florida manatees constitute the largest known group of West Indian manatees...
It's #EndangeredSpeciesDay  !

Florida manatees constitute the largest known group of West Indian manatees anywhere in the species’ range. Outside the United States, manatees occur in the Greater Antilles, on the east coast of Mexico and Central America, along the north and northeastern coast of South America, and in Trinidad.

Learn more about Manatees at The TerraMar Projecthttp://theterramarproject.org/species/10/North+American+Manatee

#Nature   #Wildlife   #EndangeredSpecies  
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https://plus.google.com/104179480961103726417 Veronica Crespo RN : It's #EndangeredSpeciesDay  ! Florida manatees constitute the largest known group of West Indian manatees...
It's #EndangeredSpeciesDay  !

Florida manatees constitute the largest known group of West Indian manatees anywhere in the species’ range. Outside the United States, manatees occur in the Greater Antilles, on the east coast of Mexico and Central America, along the north and northeastern coast of South America, and in Trinidad.

Learn more about Manatees at The TerraMar Projecthttp://theterramarproject.org/species/10/North+American+Manatee

#Nature   #Wildlife   #EndangeredSpecies  
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https://plus.google.com/113810598538231016990 Reenee Cummins : It's #EndangeredSpeciesDay  ! Florida manatees constitute the largest known group of West Indian manatees...
It's #EndangeredSpeciesDay  !

Florida manatees constitute the largest known group of West Indian manatees anywhere in the species’ range. Outside the United States, manatees occur in the Greater Antilles, on the east coast of Mexico and Central America, along the north and northeastern coast of South America, and in Trinidad.

Learn more about Manatees at The TerraMar Projecthttp://theterramarproject.org/species/10/North+American+Manatee

#Nature   #Wildlife   #EndangeredSpecies  
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https://plus.google.com/106047334527311341003 ömer albaş : It's #EndangeredSpeciesDay  ! Florida manatees constitute the largest known group of West Indian manatees...
It's #EndangeredSpeciesDay  !

Florida manatees constitute the largest known group of West Indian manatees anywhere in the species’ range. Outside the United States, manatees occur in the Greater Antilles, on the east coast of Mexico and Central America, along the north and northeastern coast of South America, and in Trinidad.

Learn more about Manatees at The TerraMar Projecthttp://theterramarproject.org/species/10/North+American+Manatee

#Nature   #Wildlife   #EndangeredSpecies  
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https://plus.google.com/104195649525707945586 The TerraMar Project : It's #EndangeredSpeciesDay  ! Florida manatees constitute the largest known group of West Indian manatees...
It's #EndangeredSpeciesDay  !

Florida manatees constitute the largest known group of West Indian manatees anywhere in the species’ range. Outside the United States, manatees occur in the Greater Antilles, on the east coast of Mexico and Central America, along the north and northeastern coast of South America, and in Trinidad.

Learn more about Manatees at The TerraMar Projecthttp://theterramarproject.org/species/10/North+American+Manatee

#Nature   #Wildlife   #EndangeredSpecies  
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https://plus.google.com/100218071504393911892 Sherry Shaw-Wright : Over 300 manatees close down Three Sisters Springs http://on.wtsp.com/1x6raT1 Three Sisters Springs...
Over 300 manatees close down Three Sisters Springs
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Three Sisters Springs had to close down on Monday when over 300 manatees rapidly moved into the interior of the springs at an unexpected rate.

As tides began to rise around noon, the manatees started to swim into the springs. During a manatee count conducted today by the manatee watch volunteers, a total of 293 manatees had moved into the interior of the springs by 1:00 p.m. By 1:30 p.m. the manatee count in the interior of the springs had surpassed 300 total manatees and The US Fish and Wildlife issued the temporary closure of Three Sisters Springs.

#Tuesday   #FL   #Florida  
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https://plus.google.com/103076701130252340049 Boston BB : Why manatees make bad garden raiders LOL (just got pic from fam in FL ..feeding manatees...lol)
Why manatees make bad garden raiders
LOL
(just got pic from fam in FL ..feeding manatees...lol)
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https://plus.google.com/109891060539464359741 Turtle Loom : Manatees at the Zoo!! Hi there everyone! I was at my local Zoo not too long ago, and I snapped a lot...
Manatees at the Zoo!!
Hi there everyone! I was at my local Zoo not too long ago, and I snapped a lot of pictures, and here are some of the manatees! Their names are Cadberry and Stubby. Cadberry is the one in the first two pictures, and Stubby is in the last one. I hope you like...
Manatees at the Zoo!!
Hi there everyone! I was at my local Zoo not too long ago, and I snapped a lot of pictures, and here are some of the manatees! Their names are Cadberry and Stubby. Cadberry is the one in the first two pictures,...
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https://plus.google.com/110867007740944887152 Lisa, ofs (Franciscat) : "All the rescued manatees were released back into the wild. "... Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation...
"All the rescued manatees were released back into the wild.

"... Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission marine biologist Ann Spellman said she was acting on a hunch when she called city workers and asked them to check the drainage pipes Monday.

" 'They called by 3 p.m. to say they were there,' said Spellman, watching as one of the manatees was released into a nearby pond."

Kindness and compassion are never wasted! ♥
Trapped manatees rescued from drainage pipe
Nineteen became lodged in a Florida system, sending emergency workers into motion
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https://plus.google.com/114680150773895774253 Susan Allen : Give Manatees Sanctuary in Kings Bay "Endangered manatees travel to the warm springs of Kings Bay, ...
Give Manatees Sanctuary in Kings Bay 

"Endangered manatees travel to the warm springs of Kings Bay, in Florida’s Citrus County, to survive the cold winters. Upon their arrival, they are rebuffed by thousands of humans whose careless behaviors deny them access to or chase them from these critically important warm-water refuges. The existing sanctuaries manatees have, which are off limits to this human interaction, are too small and too few." 

Click for details and please SIGN and share petition urging the USFWS to make Three Sisters Springs a true winter sanctuary for manatees; create additional Kings Bay winter sanctuaries at House and Jurassic Springs so manatees can rest undisturbed; and implement a no-touch policy for this endangered marine mammal!
Take Action for Manatees!
Endangered manatees travel to the warm springs of Kings Bay, in Florida's Citrus County, to survive the cold winters. Upon their arrival, they are rebuffed by thousands of humans whose careless behaviors deny them access to or chase them from these critically important warm-water refuges.
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https://plus.google.com/114680150773895774253 Susan Allen : Give Manatees Sanctuary in Kings Bay "Endangered manatees travel to the warm springs of Kings Bay, ...
Give Manatees Sanctuary in Kings Bay 

"Endangered manatees travel to the warm springs of Kings Bay, in Florida’s Citrus County, to survive the cold winters. Upon their arrival, they are rebuffed by thousands of humans whose careless behaviors deny them access to or chase them from these critically important warm-water refuges. The existing sanctuaries manatees have, which are off limits to this human interaction, are too small and too few." 

Click for details and please SIGN and share petition urging the USFWS to make Three Sisters Springs a true winter sanctuary for manatees; create additional Kings Bay winter sanctuaries at House and Jurassic Springs so manatees can rest undisturbed; and implement a no-touch policy for this endangered marine mammal!
Take Action for Manatees!
Endangered manatees travel to the warm springs of Kings Bay, in Florida's Citrus County, to survive the cold winters. Upon their arrival, they are rebuffed by thousands of humans whose careless behaviors deny them access to or chase them from these critically important warm-water refuges.
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https://plus.google.com/114680150773895774253 Susan Allen : Give Manatees Sanctuary in Kings Bay "Endangered manatees travel to the warm springs of Kings Bay, ...
Give Manatees Sanctuary in Kings Bay 

"Endangered manatees travel to the warm springs of Kings Bay, in Florida’s Citrus County, to survive the cold winters. Upon their arrival, they are rebuffed by thousands of humans whose careless behaviors deny them access to or chase them from these critically important warm-water refuges. The existing sanctuaries manatees have, which are off limits to this human interaction, are too small and too few." 

Click for details and please SIGN and share petition urging the USFWS to make Three Sisters Springs a true winter sanctuary for manatees; create additional Kings Bay winter sanctuaries at House and Jurassic Springs so manatees can rest undisturbed; and implement a no-touch policy for this endangered marine mammal!
Take Action for Manatees!
Endangered manatees travel to the warm springs of Kings Bay, in Florida's Citrus County, to survive the cold winters. Upon their arrival, they are rebuffed by thousands of humans whose careless behaviors deny them access to or chase them from these critically important warm-water refuges.
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https://plus.google.com/114680150773895774253 Susan Allen : Give Manatees Sanctuary in Kings Bay "Endangered manatees travel to the warm springs of Kings Bay, ...
Give Manatees Sanctuary in Kings Bay

"Endangered manatees travel to the warm springs of Kings Bay, in Florida’s Citrus County, to survive the cold winters. Upon their arrival, they are rebuffed by thousands of humans whose careless behaviors deny them access to or chase them from these critically important warm-water refuges. The existing sanctuaries manatees have, which are off limits to this human interaction, are too small and too few."

Click for details and please SIGN and share petition urging the USFWS to make Three Sisters Springs a true winter sanctuary for manatees; create additional Kings Bay winter sanctuaries at House and Jurassic Springs so manatees can rest undisturbed; and implement a no-touch policy for this endangered marine mammal!
Take Action for Manatees!
Endangered manatees travel to the warm springs of Kings Bay, in Florida's Citrus County, to survive the cold winters. Upon their arrival, they are rebuffed by thousands of humans whose careless behaviors deny them access to or chase them from these critically important warm-water refuges.
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https://plus.google.com/107645651986583239946 Jorge Rodríguez fragoso : Female MANATEES usually have one calf every two to five years and the calf then stays and nurses for...
Female MANATEES usually have one calf every two to five years and the calf then stays and nurses for two years. Calves nurse from their mother’s teats, which are found right where the forward limbs meet the body. The calves also can start nibbling on plants at only a few weeks old. Manatees are typically found in shallow coastal areas and rivers where they feed on sea grass, mangrove leaves, and algae. These herbivores munch on food for almost half the day, eating ten percent of their body weight in plant mass every day. With weights of up to 1,200 pounds, that is a whole lot of greenery!
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https://plus.google.com/100572424481873381310 Katie Kat : Female MANATEES usually have one calf every two to five years and the calf then stays and nurses for...
Female MANATEES usually have one calf every two to five years and the calf then stays and nurses for two years. Calves nurse from their mother’s teats, which are found right where the forward limbs meet the body. The calves also can start nibbling on plants at only a few weeks old. Manatees are typically found in shallow coastal areas and rivers where they feed on sea grass, mangrove leaves, and algae. These herbivores munch on food for almost half the day, eating ten percent of their body weight in plant mass every day. With weights of up to 1,200 pounds, that is a whole lot of greenery!
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https://plus.google.com/100572424481873381310 Katie Kat : Female MANATEES usually have one calf every two to five years and the calf then stays and nurses for...
Female MANATEES usually have one calf every two to five years and the calf then stays and nurses for two years. Calves nurse from their mother’s teats, which are found right where the forward limbs meet the body. The calves also can start nibbling on plants at only a few weeks old. Manatees are typically found in shallow coastal areas and rivers where they feed on sea grass, mangrove leaves, and algae. These herbivores munch on food for almost half the day, eating ten percent of their body weight in plant mass every day. With weights of up to 1,200 pounds, that is a whole lot of greenery!
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