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Oceana Jul 8
RT if you love manatees! 💙
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Oceana Jul 22
Manatees spend about half the day sleeping in short naps!
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Oceana Jul 1
Shhh... This manatee is taking a nap!
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Oceana Jul 15
Mondays can be rough, make it better with a manatee!
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Oceana May 27
You're not the only one who likes a good nap! Manatees sleep for about half the day in short naps.
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Oceana Jul 22
Did you know? Manatees have no natural predators. The biggest threats to their survival are man-made, including boat collisions, accidental capture and - in some places - hunting. Learn more this :
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Oceana Jul 1
The dugong is a species of sea cow found throughout the warm latitudes of the Indian and western Pacific Oceans. Learn more about the manatee's cousin here:
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Oceana Jun 24
Did you know manatees have hair? Their bodies are covered in 3,000+ sensitive hairs that may help them navigate the seas.
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Oceana May 20
Even though manatees have the lowest brain-to-body ratio of any marine mammal, a study found that manatees are as adept at experimental tasks as dolphins, one of the smartest animals on the planet.
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Ocean Conservancy Aug 12
Wake up sleepyheads, it's !! 🤩
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Oceana Apr 1
A manatee can eat a tenth of its own body weight, which could be up to 1,300 pounds, in just 24 hours!
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Oceana Jul 29
Manatees can refill 90% of the air in the lungs in a single breath and hold their breath for up to 20 minutes underwater!
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Oceana Jun 10
What's the difference between manatees and dugongs? There's no better time to find out than ! Learn more about these sea cows in our encyclopedia:
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Oceana Jul 29
West Indian manatees would be extinct – gone forever – if not for the Endangered Species Act. The ESA has prevented 99% of the species under its care from going extinct! On , add your name to help : "
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Oceana May 20
Happy ! Did you know that manatees sleep for about 10-12 hours per day? Help ensure that manatees can keep on napping. Add your name to help defend manatees and other endangered species from extinction:
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Oceana Apr 29
West Indian manatees would be EXTINCT - gone forever - if not for the Endangered Species Act. On , do your part to help ensure that imperiled ocean life is protected by adding your name to help :
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Oceana Apr 15
Help ensure that these manatees can keep getting their beauty sleep on . Tell your members of Congress to oppose any legislation that would weaken the Endangered Species Act:
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Oceana Jul 8
Like many herbivores, the manatee has a small brain-to-body ratio likely because it does not require complex hunting skills like predators. But a study found that manatees are as adept at experimental tasks as dolphins! Learn more:
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Oceana Aug 12
We thought your could use a dugong! Closely related to manatees, dugongs are sea cows found in warm waters of the Indian and western Pacific Oceans. Learn more:
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Bettina Wurche Jul 23
I also could use some more sleep!
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