Federal wildlife managers have pronounced the Florida manatee population recovered enough to remove its endangered species designation.
Federal wildlife managers have pronounced the Florida manatee population recovered enough to remove its endangered species designation. Kevin Wadlow The Keynoter
Federal wildlife managers have pronounced the Florida manatee population recovered enough to remove its endangered species designation. Kevin Wadlow The Keynoter

Rebounding Florida manatee no longer an ‘endangered’ species

March 30, 2017 05:11 PM

UPDATED March 30, 2017 09:07 PM

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