WATCH: Herd of manatees gather at Florida shore near beachgoers


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Beach-goers in South Florida were treated to an amazing sight when a herd of manatees gathered on the shore.


Renee Variello told Granthshala 35 News that she was at Lover’s Key in Fort Myers on Sunday when more than a dozen manatees were spotted together.

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“They’ll swim out for a bit and then go back to shore,” she said. “The union lasted about an hour.”

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She called it a “once in a lifetime viewing experience”.

Renee Moglia Variello

Renee Moglia Variello

“I love people seeing the positive and absolutely beautiful parts of Florida. I’m a wildlife landscape photographer here. It was amazing to see the faces on the beach who have never seen a manatee.”

Florida Fish and Wildlife (FWC) states that manatee mating season typically begins in April and lasts until November. A disturbing report recently revealed that more manatees There have been more deaths this year than any other year on record.

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The organization said pollution causes algae to die from seagrass, which leads to starvation, especially in the winter months. With boating season underway and Florida’s west side facing red tide problems, the FWC says numbers will continue to rise.

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