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Manatee Facts – Knowledge Challenge 2 October 16, 2019

Greetings! Today I bring you the second installment of 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 and a body tapering down to a paddle-shaped tail. Ok – let’s put together some cool manatee trivia…

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Manatee Facts for Fun – Part 2 January 31, 2019

In winter, Florida Manatees enjoy the warm balmy water temperatures of both natural springs and warm water outflows from power plants. Greetings to you! Here is the second installment of my blogs talking about awesome manatee facts. There are actually three types, or species of manatees and unfortunately all three are in danger of eventually…

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Manatee Facts – Recap (Part 7) May 29, 2018

Florida Manatees also known as West Indian Manatees at Blue Spring State Park – Orange City, Florida       Photo: Robert Scott Thayer Greetings! Here’s another one of my blogs on manatee facts. This is the seventh installment, where you’ll find more awesome manatee facts I’ve presented over these last few years! The manatee is a large marine…

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Manatee Facts – Recap (Part 1) April 5, 2018

The Florida Manatee is a subspecies of the West Indian Manatee. Florida Manatees, (yours truly :-)) actually belong to the order Sirenia and are a subspecies of the West Indian manatee.  The other subspecies of the West Indian manatee is called the Antillean manatee. The United States is the only country where you’ll find the…

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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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