A group of technicians from Miami Seaquarium prepare Junebug, an orphaned manatee rescued nearly three years ago, for release into open waters. On Thursday, Junebug was loaded onto a truck and driven to Tampa, where she will be released at a “warm water site” in Tampa. Junebug is fitted with a satellite-tracking belt, so you can cheer her on from home.
A group of technicians from Miami Seaquarium prepare Junebug, an orphaned manatee rescued nearly three years ago, for release into open waters. On Thursday, Junebug was loaded onto a truck and driven to Tampa, where she will be released at a “warm water site” in Tampa. Junebug is fitted with a satellite-tracking belt, so you can cheer her on from home. Roberto Koltun rkoltun@miamiherald.com
A group of technicians from Miami Seaquarium prepare Junebug, an orphaned manatee rescued nearly three years ago, for release into open waters. On Thursday, Junebug was loaded onto a truck and driven to Tampa, where she will be released at a “warm water site” in Tampa. Junebug is fitted with a satellite-tracking belt, so you can cheer her on from home. Roberto Koltun rkoltun@miamiherald.com

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January 18, 2018 02:47 PM