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Uncover Awesome Manatee Fun! August 23, 2021

Check out this very curious manatee visiting a paddleboarder on the Intercoastal Waterway in Jupiter, Florida. Photo Courtesy: Celine Chasteen Greetings to you! In this blog, I’d thought you and I could have some cool fun learning and seeing manatees also have some cool fun! Here’s a quick refresher on us manatees … I, Kobee…

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How to Adopt a Manatee? August 9, 2021

Adopt one of these beautiful marine mammals called a manatee by contacting the “Save the Manatee Club” today! Call toll-free in the U.S. at 1-800-432-5646 or call 407-539-0990 outside the U.S. Their office is open on weekdays from 8:30AM to 4:30PM Eastern Time one (U.S.) Greetings to you! In this blog, I’d like to talk…

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Manatee Awareness Month – Manatee Facts! November 20, 2020

Greetings – Happy Manatee Awareness Month! To celebrate manatees, here’s a blog on manatee facts.  The manatee is a large marine mammal with a paddle-shaped tail and two flippers. Interestingly, the manatee is closely related to elephants.  Yours truly is actually a Florida manatee. I’m also known as a West Indian Manatee. The Antillean manatee is also known as a West Indian Manatee.…

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November is “Manatee Awareness” Month! October 29, 2020

Greetings! It’s time to celebrate manatees once again because November is Manatee Awareness Month! Yes, it’s that time of year when us manatees begin seeking the naturally warmer spring waters in Florida as the temperatures start to cool off. And thanks to my good friends at Save the Manatee Club, they would like to remind you if you are a…

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Manatee Facts Part 4: Threats to Survival August 9, 2020

Greetings! Here is part 4 of my Marvelous Manatee Facts for you!  Manatees are currently listed as threatened, meaning that we are currently in danger of becoming an endangered species within the foreseeable future. The following are major threats that manatees face every day… Cold Weather – In Florida during the winter months when it has…

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Manatee Facts: Part 3 June 25, 2020

Greetings! Here is part 3 of my Marvelous Manatee Facts for you!  Did you know that both state and federal laws protect us manatees? That’s right! We are a rare marine mammal that needs special protection. In fact, we’re currently listed as endangered. Webster’s Dictionary defines endangered as, “a type of animal or plant that has become…

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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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See Manatees at Walt Disney Resort! June 3, 2020

A Note on COVID 19 – Walt Disney World Resort has plans to welcome guests back to its theme parks as part of a “phased reopening beginning July 11, 2020” pending state approval.   Greetings! Did you know there are manatees living at Walt Disney World Resort? Absolutely! And the very cool thing about this, you can get…

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Manatee, Sea Cow, Which One? May 27, 2020

Greetings! Today I’d like to talk about the difference between a manatee and a sea cow. Guess what? There actually is no difference!  All of us manatees are big, very slow moving, curious, marine mammals spending the majority of our time eating a nice in-water vegetarian diet, resting, and traveling. Then where did the name sea cow come from?…

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Manatee Facts: Part 1 May 14, 2020

Greetings! Here is part 1 of my blog for Cool and Interesting Facts about Florida Manatees! All of us manatees are very slow moving, curious, marine mammals spending the majority of our time eating a nice vegetarian diet, resting, and traveling. In general, we manatees are rather shy. However, the curiosity bug is definitely wired into…

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