Gulf stone crabs, Menippe adina, live mainly along the
northern and western coasts of the Gulf of Mexico.
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FWC Facts:Manatees feed for 6 to 8 hours daily, consuming about 4 to 9 percent of their body weight in wet vegetation, such as seagrass and other aquatic plants.
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