Underwater Manatee-Cam at Blue Spring State Park powered by EXPLORE.org
- Published: 14 March 2019
- The camera shows the mid spring run at Blue Spring State Park, where manatees congregate during the winter months when the river temperature in the adjacent St. John’s River drops below 68 degrees. The spring run is a constant 72 degrees year-round making it a vital warm-water sanctuary for manatees in the winter time and is completely closed-off to people. Any people seen in the footage are researchers with special permits. In addition to manatees, a variety of fish such as gar, channel catfish, armored catfish, mullet, tilapia, pacu and tarpon can be seen, as well as the occasional turtle, cormorant and grebe.
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