Manatees crowd into a cove at Three Sisters Springs in Kings Bay near the headwaters of the Crystal River. The springs keep water temperature at about 72 degrees, a warm refuge for the wintering sea cows.
Manatees crowd into a cove at Three Sisters Springs in Kings Bay near the headwaters of the Crystal River. The springs keep water temperature at about 72 degrees, a warm refuge for the wintering sea cows. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
Manatees crowd into a cove at Three Sisters Springs in Kings Bay near the headwaters of the Crystal River. The springs keep water temperature at about 72 degrees, a warm refuge for the wintering sea cows. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

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