Florida’s Manatees are No Longer Endangered — Est. 1933

by Giovanna Brasolin There’s a creature that populates shallow waters — slow-moving rivers, saltwater bays, canals and coastal areas — where beds of seagrass and other freshwater vegetation is present. They are commonly known as sea cows and are considered to be a migratory species. The species cannot survive in temperatures under 68 degrees, so […]

via Florida’s Manatees are No Longer Endangered — Est. 1933

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