‘Plump granny’ mammal thwarts Florida business plans

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‘Plump granny’ mammal thwarts Florida business plans

A manatee is seen near a water outlet at an inactive Florida Power & Light Company power plant in Riviera Beach, FloridaBut as business owners chart their course to prosperity, they have bumped up against a formidable adversary: Florida's much-loved "sea cow," the manatee. When a county commissioner recently suggested relaxing guidelines intended to protect the blubbery creatures on the Miami River and other waterways, it set off the latest iteration of a perennial battle. Floridians are generally supportive of development, but they also adore their manatees, a gray, bulbous endangered aquatic species that weighs 800 to 1,200 pounds (363 to 544 kilograms). Native to Florida's rivers, bays and coastal waters, manatees have for decades been listed as an endangered species.

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