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Changing Seas: Saving Florida’s Starving Manatees

2022 ChangingSeas PT

From the producers:
Florida’s iconic sea cows are dying in record numbers. Years of declining seagrass beds have eliminated one of the gentle giants’ primary food sources. Now wildlife managers have taken the unprecedented step of feeding the animals, while scientists are in a race against time to restore the lost seagrass. Save the Manatee Club is among several organizations and researchers featured in this episode.

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