Manatees sleep at the bottom of the ocean floor for a few hours.
no thay sleep on there belly
Upside down to help food digest
A few minutes because they need to go up to the th surface to breath
Manatees have a nictitating membrane (like an alligator has) which protects its eyes. Manatees will close their eyes when sleeping. They hover or lay on the bottom and when they need a breath they will rise to the surface, take a breath and then settle back down to the bottom without ever waking up.
manatees are not extinct but they are endangered.Manatees aren't extinct...
what does manatees drink
manatees are in danger
yes they do!
Manatees are consumers.
manatees are herbivores
Manatees are made from God
manatees habitats are in the swamps.
no one. manatees are docile.
yes manatees do exist
Manatees are herbivores.
Manatees are not extinct
No. Manatees are not fish. Manatees are in fact mammals. Also known as sea cows.
No, Manatees are strictly aquatic animals. No, Manatees are strictly aquatic animals.
yes i think people enjoy manatees yes i think people enjoy manatees
Manatees eat aquatic vegetation.
manatees live in shallow waters
Yes manatees are solitary.
manatees have babies on the saltwater river
Manatees clean the sea by eating sea grass. If there are no manatees the sea would be overgrown and it will be dirty.