With temperatures in Central Florida hitting the low 30s Tuesday, most of us are staying in. Manatees, however, are out to play.
While the weather is cooling down, the water at Blue Spring State Park keeps a consistent temperature of about 72 degrees, according to Save the Manatee Club. This makes it the perfect environment for manatees, who need an environment at least as warm as 68 degrees to survive, to travel to from the cooler, surrounding waterways.
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