Thursday, July 30, 2009

Manatee Rescue At Sea World

There is a reason why this exhibit featuring animals linked to mermaids as Manatee Rescue. These animals have been rescued by Sea World's animal rescue team where they will live and recuperate. Once any of them gets healthy, they will be returned to their natural habitat. Many of these manatees were injured from the propellers of boats that cruise too fast through Florida waters.

These gentle creatures are herbivores and prefer warm waters. They sort of look lazy because they just swim slowly like not a care in the world. As in really slow. There are huge too! You can watch them from above which is an open area or below underwater through a thick glass pane. This exhibit explains what is harming them and informs guests of the ways that they can do to help.

3 comments :

posh post said...

i like the manatees at sea world. so sad that their kinds are getting extinct.

Sandy said...

So nice to see them being cared for like that. They are interesting creatures.

Nice blog, interesting topics.

I love the layout you're using. Very nice. Can you tell me what it is, and where to obtain it?

Swing by for a visit, the welcome mats always out.
Sandy

disneusa said...

hi sandy. thanks
just google for travel blogspot themes. or travel blogger themes. you should be able to find it.

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