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Enjoy These Funny Memes On Manatee Appreciation Day

Manatees are aquatic mammals known for their immense size and jowly appearance and manatee appreciation day (Every year on March 27th)  is devoted to raising awareness about these quirky creatures. Unfortunately, manatees are endangered. Although hunting manatees is usually illegal, they continue to be poached for their meat and hide. It is important to increase manatee awareness so that these fascinating animals will continue to exist in the future.



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Celebrate Manatee Appreciation Day With Our Favorite Sea Cow Memes

March 30th is Manatee Appreciation Day this year! It's meant to be a day devoted to raising awareness for the endangered herbivores, but how you do that is entirely up to you. So, we decided to celebrate manatees the only way we know how - with memes. Enjoy!

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Video of manatees outside Three Sisters Springs in Crystal River Florida this morning. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service estimates about 300 manatees were using the spring as a warm water shelter this morning.
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So shar-peis aren't really manatees but it's the closest we have on land right? Which begs the question, which one is the cutest?

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Here marks the end of our Manatee Squee Spree. It was filled with lots of fun underwater adventures! Bye-bye manasquee, you will be missed.

Life's too short to avoid the *SPLORT*! Visit Daily Squee for your daily cuteness!

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Manatees are super squee for sure, but I still wonder why sailors of old mistook them for mermaids. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, I guess...

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Who could guess that such a widdle pudge-ball will one day grow into a 1,200 pound sea cow?