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Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News 
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers and Miami Seaquarium researchers help transport Breva, a 1,000 lb. manatee during her release into Estero Bay at Bay Water Boat Club in Bonita Springs on Tuesday afternoon. The manatee was found in January suffering red tide poisoning by two kayakers who kept her alive until FWC arrived. Breva was taken to the Miami Seaquarium where she made a full recovery.

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Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers and Miami Seaquarium researchers help transport Breva, a 1,000 lb. manatee during her release into Estero Bay at Bay Water Boat Club in Bonita Springs on Tuesday afternoon. The manatee was found in January suffering red tide poisoning by two kayakers who kept her alive until FWC arrived. Breva was taken to the Miami Seaquarium where she made a full recovery.

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  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News 
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers and Miami Seaquarium researchers help transport Breva, a 1,000 lb. manatee during her release into Estero Bay at Bay Water Boat Club in Bonita Springs on Tuesday afternoon. The manatee was found in January suffering red tide poisoning by two kayakers who kept her alive until FWC arrived. Breva was taken to the Miami Seaquarium where she made a full recovery.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News 
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers and Miami Seaquarium researchers help transport Breva, a 1,000 lb. manatee during her release into Estero Bay at Bay Water Boat Club in Bonita Springs on Tuesday afternoon. The manatee was found in January suffering red tide poisoning by two kayakers who kept her alive until FWC arrived. Breva was taken to the Miami Seaquarium where she made a full recovery.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News 
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers and Miami Seaquarium researchers help transport Breva, a 1,000 lb. manatee during her release into Estero Bay at Bay Water Boat Club in Bonita Springs on Tuesday afternoon. The manatee was found in January suffering red tide poisoning by two kayakers who kept her alive until FWC arrived. Breva was taken to the Miami Seaquarium where she made a full recovery.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News 
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers and Miami Seaquarium researchers help transport Breva, a 1,000 lb. manatee during her release into Estero Bay at Bay Water Boat Club in Bonita Springs on Tuesday afternoon. The manatee was found in January suffering red tide poisoning by two kayakers who kept her alive until FWC arrived. Breva was taken to the Miami Seaquarium where she made a full recovery.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News 
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers and Miami Seaquarium researchers help transport Breva, a 1,000 lb. manatee during her release into Estero Bay at Bay Water Boat Club in Bonita Springs on Tuesday afternoon. The manatee was found in January suffering red tide poisoning by two kayakers who kept her alive until FWC arrived. Breva was taken to the Miami Seaquarium where she made a full recovery.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News 
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers and Miami Seaquarium researchers help transport Breva, a 1,000 lb. manatee during her release into Estero Bay at Bay Water Boat Club in Bonita Springs on Tuesday afternoon. The manatee was found in January suffering red tide poisoning by two kayakers who kept her alive until FWC arrived. Breva was taken to the Miami Seaquarium where she made a full recovery.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News 
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers and Miami Seaquarium researchers help transport Breva, a 1,000 lb. manatee during her release into Estero Bay at Bay Water Boat Club in Bonita Springs on Tuesday afternoon. The manatee was found in January suffering red tide poisoning by two kayakers who kept her alive until FWC arrived. Breva was taken to the Miami Seaquarium where she made a full recovery.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News 
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers and Miami Seaquarium researchers help transport Breva, a 1,000 lb. manatee during her release into Estero Bay at Bay Water Boat Club in Bonita Springs on Tuesday afternoon. The manatee was found in January suffering red tide poisoning by two kayakers who kept her alive until FWC arrived. Breva was taken to the Miami Seaquarium where she made a full recovery.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News 
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers and Miami Seaquarium researchers help transport Breva, a 1,000 lb. manatee during her release into Estero Bay at Bay Water Boat Club in Bonita Springs on Tuesday afternoon. The manatee was found in January suffering red tide poisoning by two kayakers who kept her alive until FWC arrived. Breva was taken to the Miami Seaquarium where she made a full recovery.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News 
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers and Miami Seaquarium researchers help transport Breva, a 1,000 lb. manatee during her release into Estero Bay at Bay Water Boat Club in Bonita Springs on Tuesday afternoon. The manatee was found in January suffering red tide poisoning by two kayakers who kept her alive until FWC arrived. Breva was taken to the Miami Seaquarium where she made a full recovery.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News 
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers and Miami Seaquarium researchers help transport Breva, a 1,000 lb. manatee during her release into Estero Bay at Bay Water Boat Club in Bonita Springs on Tuesday afternoon. The manatee was found in January suffering red tide poisoning by two kayakers who kept her alive until FWC arrived. Breva was taken to the Miami Seaquarium where she made a full recovery.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News 
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission researchers Denise Boyd, left, and Kati Therriault, right, and Miami Seaquarium animal care manager Jodi Tuzinski watch for are bubbles from Breva, a 1,000 lb. manatee during her release into Estero Bay at Bay Water Boat Club in Bonita Springs on Tuesday afternoon. The manatee was found in January suffering red tide poisoning by two kayakers who kept her alive until FWC arrived. Breva was taken to the Miami Seaquarium where she made a full recovery.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News 
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers and Miami Seaquarium researchers help transport Breva, a 1,000 lb. manatee during her release into Estero Bay at Bay Water Boat Club in Bonita Springs on Tuesday afternoon. The manatee was found in January suffering red tide poisoning by two kayakers who kept her alive until FWC arrived. Breva was taken to the Miami Seaquarium where she made a full recovery.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News 
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers and Miami Seaquarium researchers help transport Breva, a 1,000 lb. manatee during her release into Estero Bay at Bay Water Boat Club in Bonita Springs on Tuesday afternoon. The manatee was found in January suffering red tide poisoning by two kayakers who kept her alive until FWC arrived. Breva was taken to the Miami Seaquarium where she made a full recovery.

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