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DHL moved Manatees for Rehabilitation

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Published on Oct 21, 2013

The manatee move forms part of an ongoing program to save orphaned, injured and abandoned marine mammals, placing them in a critical care center like the Miami Seaquarium, and sending them to the zoos after they are restored to health, eventually returning them to the wild. Manatees can be found in the warm waters of shallow rivers, bays, estuaries and coastal waters. They are well known for their gentle, slow-moving nature and have also been known to body surf or barrel roll when playing. They normally rest and feed often, and communicate by squealing under water to demonstrate fear, stress or excitement.

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