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    Roc - HOMESTEAD, FL - MAY 15: Paul Roc (L) along with members of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, the United States Geological Survey, the Miami Seaquarium and other organizations help released Patsy the Manatee back into the wild on May 15, 2009 in Homestead, Florida. The Manatee was released after Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission biologists and volunteers from the Dolphin Research Center rescued her on April 29, 2009, after discovering her flipper had become severely entangled in monofilament fishing line. During her treatment and rehabilitation, veterinarians determined Patsy was pregnant and likely to give birth this summer. The veterinarians cleared her for release so she can continue to heal on her own and deliver her calf in the wild.

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    HOMESTEAD, FL - MAY 15: Paul Roc (L) along with members of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, the United States Geological Survey, the Miami Seaquarium and other organizations help released Patsy the Manatee back into the wild on May 15, 2009 in Homestead, Florida. The Manatee was released after Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission biologists and volunteers from the Dolphin Research Center rescued her on April 29, 2009, after discovering her flipper had become severely entangled in monofilament fishing line. During her treatment and rehabilitation, veterinarians determined Patsy was pregnant and likely to give birth this summer. The veterinarians cleared her for release so she can continue to heal on her own and deliver her calf in the wild.
    • Roc - HOMESTEAD, FL - MAY 15: Paul Roc (L) along with members of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, the United States Geological Survey, the Miami Seaquarium and other organizations help released Patsy the Manatee back into the wild on May 15, 2009 in Homestead, Florida. The Manatee was released after Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission biologists and volunteers from the Dolphin Research Center rescued her on April 29, 2009, after discovering her flipper had become severely entangled in monofilament fishing line. During her treatment and rehabilitation, veterinarians determined Patsy was pregnant and likely to give birth this summer. The veterinarians cleared her for release so she can continue to heal on her own and deliver her calf in the wild.


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