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The dugong is a medium-sized marine mammal. It is one of four living species of the order Sirenia, which also includes three species of manatees. It is the only ...

Dugongs, Dugong Pictures, Dugong Facts - National Geographic


Learn all you wanted to know about dugongs with pictures, videos, photos, facts, and news from National Geographic.

Dugong videos, photos and facts - Dugong dugon | ARKive


Learn more about the Dugong - with amazing Dugong videos, photos and facts on ARKive.

Dugongs - Marine Species Conservation in Australia


Dugongs occur in tropical and subtropical waters around the world. Dugongs are large grey mammals which spend their entire lives in the sea. Fully grown, they ...

Dugong dugon - EDGE :: Mammal Species Information


Dugongs are more closely related to elephants than to marine mammals such as whales and dolphins. They are sometimes referred to as “sea cows” in ...

Dugong - GBRMPA


Dugongs, or sea cows as they are sometimes called, are marine animals which can grow to about three metres in length and weigh as much as 400 kilograms.

Dugong (Dugong Dugon) - Animals - A-Z Animals - Animal Facts ...


The dugong is a large marine mammal found in the warm waters surrounding Indonesia and Australia. Although the dugong can be found widely throughout the ...

Aug 29, 2006 ... ... away at the seagrass and coming up for air every few minutes. The dugong, or seacow, is related to the manatee that is found in Florida ...
Jun 5, 2012 ... Along the coast of Abu Dhabi, development is spilling into the sea, smothering the sea grass beds that nourish rare marine mammals called ...

Nature Fact Sheets - Dugong » Shark Bay


With its paddle-like flippers, fluked tail and portly body – measuring 3 m long and weighing up to 450 kg – the dugong resembles an overweight dolphin.

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Dugong | Species | WWF


Dugongs are cousins of manatees and share a similar plump appearance, but have a dolphin fluke-like tail. And unlike manatees, which use freshwater areas, ...

Dugongs | wwf


Dugongs are vulnerable to extinction due to the loss and degradation of seagrass meadows, fishing pressures, Indigenous hunting and coastal pollution,  ...

Dugong dugon (Dugong, Sea Cow) - IUCN Red List


Range Description: Dugongs inhabit coastal and island waters between East Africa and Vanuatu between latitudes of about 27° north and south of Equator.