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Do manatees live in fresh water or salt water?
Yes, dolphins can live in both. The fresh water dolphins are related to the River dolphins. They include Piatanistidae, Ganges and Indus, niidae ( Boto or Amazon ) , Pontopori…ida ( Baiji or Franciscana ) But, the only dolphin that can live in both is the Tucuxi ( Sotalia Fluviatilis ) There are may other dolphins that live in salt water though. They include Bottlenose, Spinner, Strpied, and many, many more.
Manatees can live in both fresh and salt water, as well as brackish. If a manatee is in salt too long though, it must find other waters temporarily.
Manatees do live in salt water if they live in Florida they live in salt water and they live in springs if it is warm
Yes, they can! Years ago in the Florida Keys I ran into one in a marina. I held a garden hose up to him and he couldn't get enough of it!
Generally in fresh water. The island Orango, Bijagós Islands, located 60 kilometers (38 miles) off the coast of mainland Guinea-Bissau, has a sizable colony of saltwater hi…ppopotamuses.
they can live in both salty and fresh water for example dolphin live in Red sea
Bull Shark, Salmon, Otters. Also the salt water crocodile.
They lived in salt water.
Florida manatees do not live in the same place all year. When it is warm, they move into the ocean or the Gulf of Mexico to eat sea grasses. In cold weather, manatees must m…ove to a spring, a place where warm water (72 degrees) comes up out of the ground and makes a river. The manatees stay there all winter long. Sometimes, the food runs out before winter is over, and the manatees are hungry until the weather warms up again. Manatees can live in salt water or fresh water, but if they are in salt water too long, they must find fresh water to drink. Sometimes they will drink from a garden hose!
Fresh water clams have to live in fresh water. Salt water clams have to live in salt water. Most clams are of the saltwater type.
In Care of Fish
No extant amphibians live in salt water.
In Care of Fish
There are no true freshwater flounders, but some flounders can live in freshwater, even though they are actually brackish fish. Most flounders however are strictly marine (sal…twater).
They can live in both There are many species of prawn (most are edible) salt water prawns taste better then fresh water in my opinion
They live in the oceans, in saltwater.