Did you know the Florida manatee is a subspecies of the West Indian manatee? Nicknamed “sea cows” due to their grazing on seagrass, their numbers have rebounded from 1,267 about thirty years ago to around 6,300 today, thanks to the Endangered Species Act! Our soothing scene depicts a momma manatee and her baby enjoying clear waters in the Everglades, while a Great Egret, Wood Stork and Great Blue Heron find abundant food nearby. Rest and recharge your battery with some puzzle therapy today!
The puzzle has 500 pieces and measures 49cm x 36cm when complete.