South Florida boaters are being reminded to slow down for migrating manatees.
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South Florida boaters are being reminded to take it easy in the Intracoastal Waterway and other inland waters because manatees are still in their yearly migration.
South Florida’s cold weather not only has residents and visitors shivering, it has the manatee population seeking warmer water in order to survive.
South Florida’s often quick by severe cold snaps have taken their toll on the state’s manatee population once again.
A Boynton Beach Police Marine unit patrol working to educate boaters on manatee safety discovered something that weighed more than 1,300 pounds, but it wasn’t a sea cow.
A deadly discovery early Wednesday morning in the Intracoastal Waterway in Miami Beach. Miami Beach police spokesman Juan Sanchez said just before 8 a.m. they received a call about a dead manatee floating near the Grand Beach Hotel.
An early morning dip in the ocean off a South Florida beach turned into big surprise for a couple of beachgoers when a curious manatee got a bit too close for comfort.
First one, then another sunbather on Hallandale Beach spotted what looked like someone, or some thing, in trouble. They saw a dark form in the shallow water, near the beach. They went to help, but were shocked by what they found.