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The Lagoon here is a haven for parrotfish, damselfish, arrow crabs, octopus, turtles, manatees and stingrays.
Sketches of author Ernest Hemingway and playwright Tennessee Williams (both called Key West home) along with manatees, Key deer, conch and queen fish tell the story of the island chain.
Florida wildlife officers on Tuesday introduced two new 2017 decals for sale to the public to raise money to protect the state's manatees and sea turtles.
In the wild, the average lifespan of a manatee is about 40 years old.
But manatees are capable of living up to 60 years or more.
Three other manatees currently being rehabilitated at the museum were not harmed.
Docile manatees were malicious mermaids that lured men at sea to their deaths.
He's researched species as varied as deer, ruffed grouse and Florida manatees.
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