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In 2005, the Sunshine State declared November “Manatee Awareness Month” to promote the protection of Florida’s official marine mammal. The Florida manatee, a subspecies of the West Indian manatee, is a large, slow-moving marine mammal with an elongated, round body and paddle-shaped flippers and tail. Manatees are herbivores, feeding solely on sea grass, algae and other vegetation in freshwater and estuarine systems in fibrous histiocytoma sarcoma the southeastern United States. Full-grown manatees weigh between 800 to 3,500 pounds and reach 10 – 13 feet in length. Females are larger than males. Manatees can hold their breath for approximately 20 minutes, however they regularly breathe every few minutes.

Florida manatees can be found as far west as Texas fibrous histiocytoma sarcoma and as far north as Massachusetts during summer months. But during the winter, manatees congregate in Florida, as they require warm-water habitats to survive. In spite of their size, manatees have relatively little body fat and a low metabolic fibrous histiocytoma sarcoma rate. Manatees cannot tolerate temperatures below 68 degrees for long periods fibrous histiocytoma sarcoma of time.

The relationship between a mother and baby is the strongest fibrous histiocytoma sarcoma social bond created by manatees. A mother manatee will carry her baby for about 12 fibrous histiocytoma sarcoma months before she gives birth. When born, the baby will be about 4 – 4.5 feet long and weigh between 60 – 70 pounds. A baby manatee is called a calf. The calf will stay close to the mother for one fibrous histiocytoma sarcoma to two years to learn travel routes and the location fibrous histiocytoma sarcoma of food, rest areas and warm water refuges. Females generally give birth to a single calf every two fibrous histiocytoma sarcoma to five years and twin births are rare.