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Bite-sized Science-Manatees and Mangroves - Shared screen with speaker view
Brittany Hall-Scharf
18:02
Thank you for joining us! We will begin shortly.
Abigail Dixon
44:15
How many Manatees are left in the world?
Kylie Wilson
45:38
Do you think Manatee presence further north is due to a bounce back of their populations since they were on the endangered species list or more a result of warming waters and climate change, maybe a combination
Laura Tiu
45:52
Today, the range-wide population is estimated to be at least 13,000 manatees, with more than 6,500 in the southeastern United States and Puerto Rico. When aerial surveys began in 1991, there were an estimated 1,267 manatees in Florida. Today there are more than 6,300 in Florida, representing a significant increase over the past 25 years.
Laura Tiu
46:59
That was from the FWC website
Elizabeth Hieb
49:08
Wonderful talk, Rick! Thank you!
Doe Schuster
49:14
thank you
Abigail Dixon
49:17
Thank you!
Sophia Diaz
49:23
Thank you! definitively visiting the Panhandle!
Rachel Weil
49:25
thanks 🙏🏼
Ellen Payne
49:26
Thanks!
Victoria Gambale
49:27
Thank you!!!
Gary Baine
49:30
awesome thanks yall