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Manatee Facts: Part 2 June 17, 2020

Greetings! Here is part 2 of my Marvelous Manatee Facts for you! Now take a look at another 11 fascinating facts all about us manatees… Manatees are Marine Mammals Manatees and dugongs are marine mammals. Marine means we live our entire life in the water and mammal means we breathe air just like humans breathe air. And in…

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Manatee Facts – Knowledge Challenge 11 April 23, 2020

Greetings! Manatee season recently ended here in Florida. But that’s not stopping me from continuing the awesome manatee fun! Here’s a quick rundown on 11 marvelous manatee facts! Manatees are Marine Mammals Manatees and dugongs are marine mammals. Marine means we live our entire life in the water and mammal means we breathe air just like humans breathe…

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Snooty the Manatee turns 69 in July! May 19, 2017

Snooty the manatee was born on July 21,1948 at the old Miami Aquarium and Tackle Company. Then in1949, Snooty was transported over to Bradenton, Florida where he has been living in the Parker Aquarium at the South Florida Museum all of these years. Greetings! It’s always so awesome talking about my good buddy, Snooty the…

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Snooty Celebrates his 68th Birthday this July! April 15, 2016

Photo Courtesy of South Florida Museum I’m always thrilled to talk about my good pal snooty the manatee. Why you ask? Because Snooty will be celebrating his 68th birthday this coming July 21st! He lives at the South Florida Museum located in Bradenton, Florida. Add to that, the South Florida Museum also stated that the…

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SeaWorld Orlando Rehabilitates Orphaned Manatee Calf! September 10, 2015

A female manatee calf is bottle-fed by a SeaWorld animal care expert. The 3-week-old manatee was rescued by Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation in Ormond Beach.  Photo Courtesy of (SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc.)   I received a new seamail talking about an orphaned female manatee calf being rescued by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation in…

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