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CALMING MANATEE: How the Sea Cow is Warming Hearts


The Manatees or sea cows which have been in existence for a long time are believed to have evolved from four-legged land mammals existing over 60 million years ago. There are currently three living species of Manatees in the order Sirenia.




A little info about the super loved calming manatee


Although the Manatee or sea cows have had their fair share of life tribulations (even got listed on the endangered animals list), the calming manatee have made it their lifelong goal to make you happier. They have become the most ‘humane’ creatures, warming hearts of feeble humans thanks to hundreds of calming manatee memes available.  

The calming manatee as it’s called has been consistently providing advice and words of encouragement to people who felt the need to discuss their problems with the sea mammal. Dishing out such advises like identifying what causes or promotes the anxiety,  saying STOP to yourself when you begin to think too much, reading the J.K Rowling Harry Potter book series, creating external images/looks of your anxiety and worries and a lot of other interesting albeit impressive advise coming from a water dweller. 

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One of the best quotes from the calming manatee till date remains the picture quote “what is done is done, and cannot be undone. Learn from it. Don’t beat yourself up over it.” The picture went viral on several micro-blogging platforms and till date is widely shared.






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Although the Manatee or sea cows have had their fair share of life tribulations (even got listed on the endangered animals list), the calming manatee have made it their lifelong goal to make you happier. They have become the most ‘humane’ creatures, warming hearts of feeble humans thanks to hundreds of calming manatee memes available.  

The calming manatee as it’s called has been consistently providing advice and words of encouragement to people who felt the need to discuss their problems with the sea mammal. Dishing out such advises like identifying what causes or promotes the anxiety,  saying STOP to yourself when you begin to think too much, reading the J.K Rowling Harry Potter book series, creating external images/looks of your anxiety and worries and a lot of other interesting albeit impressive advise coming from a water dweller. 

One of the best quotes from the calming manatee till date remains the picture quote “what is done is done, and cannot be undone. Learn from it. Don’t beat yourself up over it.” The picture went viral on several micro-blogging platforms and till date is widely shared.





Are calming Manatee actually calm?


One question usually asked is, are calming manatee actually calm in real life? Seeing as manatees are gigantic animals, are they dangerous animals and would attack a human? The truth is manatees are just huge but very calm and peaceful creatures. They are not aggressive and love flocking towards human areas for warmth and food. Their favorite spots are underwater discharge pipes, and while they are huge and awkward looking, they are actually pretty friendly and curious too.

Manatees are not carnivorous; in fact, they are herbivores – lazy herbivores that spend the bulk of their day eating sea grass and seaweeds. They have weak enamel structure which makes their 24 to 32 teeth easily give way after a short time. You see, their teeth are not strong enough to continually munch on grass talk more of feed on meat and bones. Manatees tend to lose their teeth frequently, but you won’t catch one with a gap-tooth as they constantly have molars growing around back, so when the front tooth falls out their backup molars spring out and replaces the fallen molars.

According to researchers who have studied and even put their hands into the mouth of manatees, these calm giants are not capable of aggression because their teeth are far off from their mouth so attacking with them is something that is impossible.





If the manatees are so friendly why can’t you feed them?


Because their population is shaking, having once been listed among endangered species, you can only look at them but don’t touch. Also, feeding them or giving them water is prohibited to ensure we don’t alter the way they behave in the wild, especially making them stop being scared of humans and boats, increasing the risk of being harmed in their natural habitat.

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