This is debris swept from homes on Canal Street in Tavernier.
This is debris swept from homes on Canal Street in Tavernier. Kevin Wadlow Keynoter
This is debris swept from homes on Canal Street in Tavernier. Kevin Wadlow Keynoter

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    On Thursday, September 28, manatee Rebellion was released back to its natural waters, in the same area where he was rescued, after successfully undergoing rehabilitation at Miami Seaquarium. On April 13, 2017, a male manatee was rescued from Buttonwood Sound in Key Largo having suffered from propeller wounds and fractured ribs. After receiving treatment at Miami Seaquarium for four months, Rebellion currently weighs 400 pounds and is seven feet long. The staff at the park named him Rebellion because he is very spunky.

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