The Florida manatee is not extinct. It is, however, currently endangered.
the Florida panther is one and also the manatee is an endangered animal found in Florida and Georgia
The Manatee Species listed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services Endangered Species List, as of 01/2010, are the Amazonian Manatee, the West African Manatee, and the West Indian Manatee. There is a Dugong also listed. While the Florida Manatee is listed as endangered by The State of Florida. For more details, please see the sites listed below.
Florida manatees almost became extinct or died out completely
Manatee's can be found in certain waters of the West Indies and in South Florida.
The Florida panther,Florida puma, West Indian manatee, American alligator,and alot more.Look it up on ask.com
yes the manatee is endangered :[
Florida Manatee - Trichechus manatus latirostris
Yes, some species of manatee are native to Florida.
manatee migrate from Georgia to Florida
Yes. The West Indian manatee is the proper name of the Florida manataee.
There are 3 species of manatee. There is the West Indian manatee, the Amazonian manatee, and the Florida manatee.
Unfortunately there are a lot of endangered animals all over the planet. Some of the endangered marine creatures include: the Florida Manatee, the Blue Whale, the Hammerhead Shark, and the Hawksbill Turtle.
A ecosystem for the florida manatee consist of many fish in shallow water
The Florida manatee is often injured by boat propellers, as they often bask just below the surface, and cannot be seen by boaters.
The manatee can be seen in Florida in lakes (I think).
Some animals native to Florida are the American alligator, which can grow to weigh as much as 1,000 pounds, and the Florida panther which is currently endangered. The West Indian manatee and the gopher tortoise are also native to Florida.
There are three species that are listed as "vulnerable" with populations decreasing, by the IUCN Red List. They are the South American Manatee (Amazonian), West Indian Manatee, and the West African Manatee. The US Fish and Wildlife Service Endangered Species List has the West African Manatee also listed as "threatened", and the West Indian Manatee, and the Amazonian Manatee, also known as the South American Manatee, both listed as "endangered". For more details please see sites listed below.
There are three different species on the US Fish and Wildlife Endangered Species List, plus one Dugong. But if you're referring to the Florida Manatee, it is listed as a State Endangered Species, but it is not list on the US Fish and Wildlife Endangered Species List.Additional Information: The West Indian Manatee, was listed by the US Fish and Wildlife Service in March of 1967, while the Amazonian Manatee, was listed in June of 1970, both have a status of "endangered". The West African Manatee was listed in October of 1979, and has a status of "threatened". For more details, please see sites listed below.ANS2:They are probably one of the most endangered species.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Endangered Species Act, first listed the manatee as "endangered" in 1967. The IUCN Red List, first listed the manatee as "vulnerable" in 1982. For more details see sites listed below.
The Manatee species listed as "endangered" by the US Fish and Wildlife Services, Endangered Species List are the following; * Amazonian manatee-- Trichechus inunguis * West Indian manatee--Trichechus manatus * Dugong--Dugong dugon For more details, please see the sites listed below.