Each adorable Kobee Manatee Plush toy is hand-made using recycled all wool sweaters, wool fleece, wool felt, embroidery floss, and decorative stiching. Since each plush is custom, its approximate dimensions are: 9"L x 7.5"W(flipper to flipper) x 3.5"H. Contact us for more details!More info →
Coming Soon - Our fourth series installment!
Kobee Manatee and his seafaring pals are en route to Belize in Central America. Kobee wants to help his cousin Quinn with her new all-veggie underwater café called Seagrass Sub Shop. However, they quickly encounter several obstacles along their 500-mile Caribbean journey from the Cayman Islands. The sea friends confront a strained loggerhead turtle, a giant Portuguese Man-o’-War, and a tenacious scorpionfish along the way. Then their venture takes an unforeseen turn as Pablo the hermit crab plunges into the abyss of the Great Blue Hole! Can Kobee and his buddies save Pablo? A Caribbean adventure loaded with fun, surprises, and facts about climate change, and the danger plastic pollution is having in our oceans and on our coral reefs.More info →
Help our environment while enjoying your favorite hot or cold beverage in this reusable 17 ounce Kobee Manatee® Stainless Steel Bottle! Impress all of your friends and help eliminate single-use plastic at the same time!
This beautiful and unique Kobee Manatee® reusable bottle measures 10.25 inches tall and 3 inches wide. Contact us for more details.
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Kobee Manatee takes a rare summertime trip from Florida all the all the way up to Cape Cod, Massachusetts. But he needs to get home before winter sets in or he'll die from the cold. Kobee meets two new friends along the way; Tess the seahorse and Pablo the hermit crab.More info →
Our third installment!
In collaboration with world-renowned oceanographic explorer and documentary film maker, Fabien Cousteau, eldest grandson of legendary ocean pioneer, Jacques Cousteau!
The adventures of Kobee Manatee continue as he and his pals explore the S.S. Antonio López shipwreck off the coast of Puerto Rico. They meet some new sea buddies just as Kobee becomes trapped inside the wreck! Can Kobee be saved in enough time? Don't miss the fun and fascinating color picture identification of some very popular tropical reef fish! This is our third title in the Kobee Manatee Children's Educational series!
“Young people are crucial to the health of our ocean. Just as my grandfather Jacques-Yves Cousteau inspired a generation of ocean advocates, it’s now time to pass that excitement for our ocean to the next generation so that they may become better stewards of our little oasis in space, than we have been.” – Fabien CousteauMore info →