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August 2022 | Paddle Tales eNewsletter

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It's A Fact
Each one of a manatee’s teeth is a molar. They have what are called “marching molars”: new teeth form at the back of the jaw, wear down as they move forward, and eventually fall out. Discover more.
The Fertilizer-Free logo on a black and white photo of a manatee mom and calf

Fertilizer-Free for Manatees
We can protect critical habitats for manatees, other aquatic life, and for our own future generations by reducing human sources of pollution including fertilizers, improperly treated sewage, leaking septic systems, and stormwater runoff. Take our pledge to be Fertilizer-Free for Manatees!

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Volunteers participating in a cleanup at Blue Spring State Park Join A Summer Cleanup!
In May, we learned about why debris in waterways is dangerous to manatees and other wildlife. Now, let's put that knowledge into action. Get involved wherever you are by:
  • In Florida: Visit SMC's events page to find a scheduled cleanup near you!
  • Everywhere: Join our six-week virtual #Cleanup4Manatees wherever you are... you don't need to live near manatee habitat! Simply post a picture of your cleanup efforts on social media (Instagram, Twitter, Facebook) and use hashtag #Cleanup4Manatees. Read more on the SMC Facebook page.
Philip the manatee at Blue Spring State Park in January 2022 Meet A Manatee: Philip
Philip is an active and curious Blue Spring manatee whose mother, Phoebe, was an SMC adoptee as well. His brother, Floyd, is also in the adoption program. Check out Philip's page.
A video snip of SMC's Cora Berchem reviewing manatee anatomy Manatee Q & A: Manatee Show & Tell
How much do you know about manatee anatomy? Join SMC's Director of Multimedia & Manatee Research Associate Cora Berchem to learn more about the manatee's skeletal system. Watch here.
A video still from the Changing Seas documentary Don’t Miss: Changing Seas, Saving Florida’s Starving Manatees
Save the Manatee Club is one of the organizations featured in this half-hour documentary, which premiered in June on PBS. Stream the full episode.

2023 Manatee Calendar

There's still time! Save 20% when you pre order our 2023 wall calendar by August 31, 2022. Features beautiful manatee photos for every month of the year. Shop now.


Photo Credits: It's A Fact ©David Schrichte; Fertilizer-Free for Manatees ©Save the Manatee Club; Join A Summer Cleanup! ©Save the Manatee Club; Meet A Manatee: Philip ©Cora Berchem, Save the Manatee Club; Manatee Q & A: Manatee Show & Tell ©Save the Manatee Club; Don't Miss: Changing Seas, Saving Florida’s Starving Manatees courtesy PBS. Photos and illustrations can only be used with permission. Contact Save the Manatee Club for more information.

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