Al Segars, a veterinarian with the S.C. Department of Natural Resources, submitted this photo of a manatee killed in 2012 by a boat propeller at a Hilton Head Island marina. Segars said the pregnant manatee was at the marina because it had been fed or watered.
Al Segars, a veterinarian with the S.C. Department of Natural Resources, submitted this photo of a manatee killed in 2012 by a boat propeller at a Hilton Head Island marina. Segars said the pregnant manatee was at the marina because it had been fed or watered. Submitted photo
Al Segars, a veterinarian with the S.C. Department of Natural Resources, submitted this photo of a manatee killed in 2012 by a boat propeller at a Hilton Head Island marina. Segars said the pregnant manatee was at the marina because it had been fed or watered. Submitted photo

Don't feed, water manatees, DNR vet says

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