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February 2017 | Paddle Tales eNewsletter

David Schrichte manatee photo
It's A Fact 
Although manatees have a body shape similar to that of whales and seals, they are not closely related. Get more facts.
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manatee heart ornamentA Thoughtful Valentine's Gift 
For $25, Save the Manatee Club will send your special Valentine a gift adoption of a real, living endangered manatee. Or for $35, also receive a lovely, handmade manatee heart ornament. Learn more.
Jemp the manateeMeet Jemp
Jemp is known to travel in a wide range along Florida’s west coast. He is a red tide survivor and is frequently spotted in mating herds. See the latest photos and a video of a mating herd where he was spotted.
Aqua the manatee and her calf AstroManatee Sightings
See video of a very large alligator investigating a tagged manatee, Lemon and her newborn calf, adoptee Aqua, and some playful manatee activity. Plus, new photos of the Blue Spring manatees from this season! View now.
A manatee nursing twin calvesManatee Q & A 
Q. Has a manatee ever given birth to triplet calves (or more)? -- Nancy Kauczka, Pennsylvania. Get the answer.
Send your question and if we feature it, you'll get a free 2017 calendar!
2017 Manatee Wall CalendarSave Big On 2017 Calendars
Each month of the year features a beautiful underwater manatee photo plus a 13th bonus image. Now just $4.99 -- nearly 70% off! Shop now before they are all gone!

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Photo Credits: It's A Fact ©David Schrichte; Manatee Heart Ornament by Kevin Rowley; Meet Jemp photo credit Mote Marine Laboratory, Sheri W. Barton; Manatee Sightings ©Wayne Hartley, Save the Manatee Club; Manatee Q & A ©Save the Manatee Club; 2017 Manatee Wall Calendar Cover Photo ©David Schrichte. Photos and illustrations can only be used with permission. Contact Save the Manatee Club for more information.
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