Manatee and calf spotted swimming in man-made lake in southern Florida, far from their natural ocean habitat (watch video)
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Manatee and calf spotted swimming in man-made lake in southern Florida, far from their natural ocean habitat (watch video)

A manatee was spotted in a man-made lake, leaving locals wondering how it got there. In a video that has gone viral, a manatee is seen swimming in a man-made lake in Florida. Locals spotted the unusual visitor in their man-made lake, which is located about 10 miles from the Atlantic Ocean. A resident of the Cedarwoods neighborhood in Pembroke Pines captured video of the marine mammal swimming nearby. Reports also indicate that a couple spotted the manatee with a baby. Manatees travel hundreds of miles in search of food and likely made it through the area’s floodgate, which is often open during the state’s rainy season. That’s likely how the manatee ended up there. Pink Dolphin in North Carolina Photos Fake or Real? Internet Divided As Few Suspect Word ‘Cola’ Written On ‘AI-Generated’ Dolphin Photos!

Viral video shows manatee and calf swimming in man-made lake

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