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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A manatee is back in the wild, months after being injured by a boat.

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In early January, the Miami Seaquarium received a call about a manatee that was found injured in Key Largo.

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After a successful rehabilitation, 475-pound Key Lime Pie (that’s its name) was released back in the waters off Key Largo on Wednesday morning.

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Wildlife officials encourage boaters to obey speed limit signs so manatees like Key Lime Pie can be safe to swim freely.