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Manatees May Soon Become Extinct in Belize? April 14, 2017

The West Indian Manatee Subspecies = The Florida Manatee + The Antillean Manatee Greetings! Today I’d like to talk about the recent downlisting of manatees from endangered to threatened. On March 31, 2017, The US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) re-classified the West Indian Manatee from “endangered” to “threatened.” The manatee has been listed as…

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Manatee Trivia (Part 1)! March 29, 2017

Florida manatees enjoying the balmy 72 degrees Fahrenheit water at Blue Spring State Park.  Photo: Robert Scott Thayer Greetings! Today I thought it would be fun to gather some really cool manatee facts for you. You’ll definitely impress your friends and family with your newfound manatee knowledge! Manatees are very large marine mammals with two flippers…

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The Extraordinary Florida Manatee! October 13, 2016

A Florida manatee mom escorting her calf at Blue Spring State Park in Orange City, Florida. Greetings! I thought I’d recap some really cool and interesting facts about us Florida manatees in this blog. As some of you may already know yours truly, Kobee Manatee is a Florida manatee. And my home is at Blue…

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Some Cool Manatee History for You! May 29, 2014

We manatees have been on the planet for a very long time. In fact, our fossils have been found all around the world. But it is both Florida and the Caribbean that have evidence of us dating back some 50 million years! I’m a West Indian Manatee (Trichechus manatus). The West Indian Manatee includes two…

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