Walking along hundreds of yards of new shoreline, they came upon two manatees stranded "deep in mud", including one that wasn't moving, reports Fox 13. Michael Sechler posted that the animals were far too massive to be lifted, so the rescuers gave them water. Yet "we couldn't just let those manatees die out there", Tony Faradini-Campos tells the Sarasota Herald-Tribune.
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The almost 400-mile-wide storm is expected to make a slow, ruinous march up Florida's west coast, straight toward the heavily populated Tampa-St.
On Bayshore Boulevard in Tampa, about 100 people were walking Sunday afternoon on what was Old Tampa Bay - a body of water near downtown.
The animals swam off into the water once they were rescued, according to witnesses.
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As a result, two manatees found themselves stranded on now-dry land just north of Sarasota.
"Unfortunately with manatees, they are accustomed to being tidally stranded at times".
Fortunately, this story has a happy ending.
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