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  Puerto Rico biologists to relocate manatee stranded by Hurricane Earl
Washington Post - October 4, 2011
By AP, SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - Wildlife officials in Puerto Rico plan to relocate a male manatee who escaped from a rehabilitation area during a hurricane. US Fish and Wildlife Service spokeswoman Lilibeth Serrano says biologists are tracking the ...
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Tea party members tackle a new issue: manatees - July 13, 2011
Now, for at least some local tea party members, there's one more to add: manatee protection. A Citrus County tea party group has announced that it's fighting new restrictions on boating and other human activities in Kings Bay that have been proposed by ...
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Florida zoo tends to injured manatee - May 26, 2011
Florida wildlife officials say a manatee hit by a boat and severely injured is making progress after being taken to a zoo in Tampa for treatment. The near-fatal collision with a boat two weeks ago left the marine mammal ...
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From Save the Manatee Club:
Orlando Sentinel (blog) - April 15, 2011
The eighth annual Save the Manatee 5K Run, 2 Mile Fun Walk, will take place Saturday, May 21, at the Metro Huron-Clinton Metropark in Mount Clemens, Mich. Lesley Argiri, a biology teacher at L'Anse Creuse High School in Harrison Township, ...
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From Save the Manatee Club:
Orlando Sentinel (blog) - March 25, 2011
Gift adoptions from Save the Manatee Club can add different sort of personal touch to the old favorites. An Easter gift adoption from Save the Manatee Club costs $25, is tax-deductible, and includes a color photo, biography, and adoption certificate of ...
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Cold-stressed manatees to be released - Friday, February 18, 2011
Three young adult manatees stressed by December's unseasonably cold weather are being released into the wild again after rehabilitation. The sea cows will be released Friday morning in Apollo Beach, south of Tampa. Named Bayberry, Maggie and Pygmy,...
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Officials encouraged by latest manatee count - Thursday, February 3, 2011
By KEITH MORELLI | The Tampa Tribune TAMPA - Despite the record number of manatees killed by the cold in 2010, wildlife officials are encouraged by the most ...
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Save the Manatee Club starts new program
Toronto Sun - Monday, January 24, 2011
By BOB BOUGHNER, QMI Agency Although Manatees have been successfully swimming in Florida's waters for over a million years, human activities have put them ...
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Kids enjoy a record (and fun) day with the manatees - Wednesday, Janaury 19, 2011
Children in the Discovery Science Center's Explore Florida's Wonders program interact with Florida Manatee near Three Sisters Springs in Crystal River,...
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SeaWorld takes care of sick manatee
Central Florida News 13 - Wednesday, December 29, 2010
SeaWorld Animal Care Specialists were given a late Christmas present a 10-foot-long, 1000-pound male manatee, delivered by Florida Fish and Wildlife ...
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Manatees, sea turtles suffer in frigid waters
Florida Today - Tuesday, December 28, 2010
Manatees huddled by the hundreds into canals, and sluggish sea turtles found themselves in the clutches of biologists as marine life struggled to duck the ...
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Record number of manatees have officials urging boaters to be cautious
Palm Beach Post - Wednesday, December 22, 2010
An egret rests on top of a manatee in an inlet by the Florida Power & Light Plant on Tuesday afternoon , Dec. 14, 2010 in Riviera Beach, Fla. ...
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Cold hard on manatees, turtles
Daytona Beach News-Journal - Wednesday, December 22, 2010
By DINAH VOYLES PULVER, Environment writer For more than a month, a manatee nicknamed "Wiggans" has eluded would-be captors who hope to catch him to remove ...
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Manatee Rescued From Cold, Taken to Zoo
The Ledger - Friday, December 17, 2010
PETERSBURG | A juvenile manatee rescued from the chilly waters of Bayboro Harbor is recuperating at Lowry Park Zoo in Tampa, officials said. ...
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Young manatee rescued from chilly waters
Tampa Bay Newspapers - Thursday, December 16, 2010
PETERSBURG - A juvenile manatee is recovering at Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo after being rescued Dec. 15 from the chilly waters of Bayboro Harbor in St. ...
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Manatees huddle around power plant to stay warm
KENS 5 TV - Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Credit: AP In this picture provided by Florida Power and Light, a young manatee surfaces among an estimated 400 manatees gathered in protected warm waters ...
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Record number of manatee deaths in 2010 - Saturday, December 11, 2010
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission says the cold weather seen in early 2010 resulted in a record number of manatee deaths...
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Florida manatee population facing record mortality rate
NBC2 News - Wednesday, December 8, 2010
By Paul Gessler - bio | email FORT MYERS: Manatee Park is home to hundreds of manatees this time of year when water temperatures drop...
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Sea turtles, manatees, most fish safe from latest cold snap
Palm Beach Post - Wednesday, December 8, 2010
By Bill DiPaolo JUPITER It might be cold, but not cold enough to endanger the sea turtles, fish and manatees that were devastated during last January's...
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Cold temps have manatees seeking warmer water - Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Wildlife officials are urging boaters to look out for manatees seeking shelter in warmer waters near power plants and springs as the temperatures drop...
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Webcam watches warm manatee sanctuary in Citrus County
Snorklers swim around manatees near Three Sisters Springs. Game officials have installed a webcam to monitor the sea cows and people around them...
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