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  • Alicia Gonzalez

    (via Places to see / As manatees cant survive in water below 60 degrees, they migrate to Kings Bay and the adjacent rivers every winter, which are an average 72 degrees all year round. So from November through March, you can head to Crystal River, which is 70 miles north of Tampa, where it is the epicenter of manatee-watching and swim with the manatees!) this is going on my bucket list!!!!

  • Hannah Rose Simons

    swimming with the Manatees in Florida is a dream! Kayaking down crystal river is on the #travel bucket list.

  • Kindria Price

    As manatees can’t survive in water below 60 degrees, they migrate to Kings Bay and the adjacent rivers every winter, which are an average 72 degrees all year round. So from November through March 2012, you can head to Crystal River, which is 70 miles north of Tampa, where it is the epicenter of manatee-watching, and go swim with these giant but affectionate creatures. >>> This looks so fun! I want to go! Manatee are my fav animal!

  • Lauren Marissa

    MY DREAM! As manatees can’t survive in water below 60 degrees, they migrate to Kings Bay and the adjacent rivers every winter, which are an average 72 degrees all year round. So from November through March 2012, you can head to Crystal River, which is 70 miles north of Tampa, where it is the epicenter of manatee-watching, and go swim with these giant but affectionate creatures-- add this to the bucket list!

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