Manatee News Archive
We're so glad to that he's all right!
Check out the video (above) to hear all about Lil Joe the manatee's rescue!
The craziest part about all of this?
What?…it's just Manatee Spring Break! Who doesn't know that?!
Craig Hossack and other Fort Lauderdale beach goers were surprised by a group of friendly manatees that paid them a visit.
The manatees swam between the stunned beachers, but many
Way to go, Friends of the Manatee (btdubs…perfect name for the occasion!)
The conservation group rescued a baby manatee near the body of his mother in the Amazon.
Caretakers are taking care of the baybay, keeping him healthy and preparing to
That's so funny!
If you pause right as he presses his nose against the glass he looks kinda like a Dr. Seuss character!
Don't worry about any injuries either, apparently some manatees just do this, like before eating or just whenever.
He's a big, blubbery cutie!
On Tuesday night, two Bonita Springs kayakers came across what they thought to be a dead manatee but it turned out — shocker of shockers — it was A LIVE MANATEE!!
The poor thing was just suffering a little Red Tide Poisoning, that's all!! And by that's all, we mean she totally could have died if the Miami Seaquarium hadn't come to the rescue!
Breve is doing well and on her way to recovery now! She should be free to go within the next couple of weeks.
Thank goodness for those kayakers! And the MS! Bless them!
[Image via AP Images.]
WORK IT OUT!
These pooches are so cute and totally gifted. lol
Um… hello? Why haven't we seen these guys on America's Got Talent? Clearly, they are much more talented that a certain ventriloquist we all know.
Obviously this a natural gift. If they were trained they could even be better than China's conga dogs!
You don't have to be Leona Helmsley to want the best for your pet after you die. She'd left her dog Trouble $12 million when she passed away in 2007.
Today there are retirement homes for pets all across the country, and at least 45 states allow for pet trusts.
A pet trust is an agreement that specifies how an owner wants a pet to be cared for, including details on who will be responsible for the animal and how the care will be paid for.
A study from the late 1990s published found 1 percent of dogs and 1.5 percent of cats coming into 12 animal shelters had been surrendered because of owner death.
So, is it really worth it?
[Image via WENN.]