ORLANDO (CBSMiami) – A manatee calf that was orphaned and rescued near Palm Coast over the weekend is now at SeaWorld Orlando.

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission transported the calf for rehabilitation.

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According to officials, this is the second manatee brought to SeaWorld in the past week.

Veterinarians said the calf is likely about 3-months-old.

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It was found dehydrated and thin weighing just 62 pounds.

He is being fed via a feeding tube 3 times a day.

In 2013, SeaWorld has rescued 15 manatees and returned 8 back to the wild.

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To report an injured marine animal call the FWC hotline at 1 (888) 404-3922 or dial *FWC on your cell phone.

A manatee calf was rescued near Palm Coast and is now being helped at SeaWorld Orlando.  (Photo: SeaWorld Orlando)

A manatee calf was rescued near Palm Coast and is now being helped at SeaWorld Orlando. (Photo: SeaWorld Orlando)