What Is a Group of Manatees Called?

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A group of manatees is known as a herd. The manatee aggregations or gatherings are mainly due to ordinary environment requirements such as fresh water, warm water, or food sources. The manatees are huge, gray aquatic mammals with paddle-shaped tail.
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A group of Manatees is called a herd.
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