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April 10, 2016 8:57 PM

Feds’ manatee-downlisting plan based on faulty data

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service suggests sea cows are no longer ‘endangered’

However, FWS is using computer models that omit crucial information

The proposal is flawed, and FWS should reverse its recommendation

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