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For the second year in a row, manatees in Florida avoided cold February waters by invading the Three Sisters Springs in Citrus County, Florida, flooding the tourist destination with a herd 300 manatees strong.

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Video of manatees outside Three Sisters Springs in Crystal River Florida this morning. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service estimates about 300 manatees were using the spring as a warm water shelter this morning.

Posted by Discover Crystal River Florida on Monday, February 8, 2016

The springs have been closed off to swimmers, although you can still walk the boardwalk at Three Sisters and peer down at the immense flock of floating fatties. 

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Manatees sheltering inside Three Sisters Springs in Crystal River this morning.

Posted by Discover Crystal River Florida on Monday, February 8, 2016