Race to Rescue Manatees Dying At Unprecedented Rate in Florida



More than 1,100 manatees have died in just 12 months, with most starving to death as pollution decimates a key food source. Scientists are racing to make space at critical care facilities, and even trying to feed manatees in the wild to help save the creatures.» Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC
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Race to Rescue Manatees Dying At Unprecedented Rate in Florida

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