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Manatee swims in a Florida spring
December 31, 2012

Manatee in Florida Spring

Manatee swims in a Florida spring

USGS Researcher with Manatee
December 31, 2012

USGS Researcher with Manatee

USGS researcher collects data on manatee in Florida spring.

Two manatees with radio transmitters attached
December 31, 2012

Two manatees with radio transmitters attached

Two manatees with radio transmitters attached

Brown Marsh in Southeast Louisiana
December 31, 2012

Brown Marsh in Southeast Louisiana

Brown Marsh observed in southeastern Terrebonne Basin, La

Manatee and Dr. Margaret Hunter underwater
November 27, 2012

A manatee meets Dr. Margaret Hunter during research at Crystal River

During a research snorkel trip at Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge, Dr. Margaret Hunter comes face to face with a manatee.

Aerial view of coastal marshes along Bayou Dufrene in Louisiana
September 12, 2012

Louisiana's changing coastal wetlands

An aerial view of coastal marshes along Bayou Dufrene, southwest of the town of Dulac in Louisiana's Terrebonne Basin.

Close-up of manatee calf underwater
February 24, 2010

Curious manatee calf approaches scientist at Crystal River, Florida

A curious manatee calf encounters a snorkeling scientist as the USGS Sirenia Project conducts fieldwork at Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge, Florida

Brain corals, mangrove prop roots and squirrelfish
December 31, 2009

Corals and mangroves share clear waters

Sediment can smother corals, but Hurricane Hole has no sediment-bearing freshwater streams. Its clear waters are habitat for an entire community of marine life, including Montastrea corals and squirrelfish. Photo: Caroline Rogers, USGS, 2009

Queen angelfish - Hurricane Hole, Virgin Islands
September 18, 2009

Queen angelfish - Hurricane Hole, Virgin Islands

A queen angelfish peers through the safety of the mangrove roots across the rich colors and textures of corals, sponges, urchins, and algae. Queen angelfish feed almost exclusively on sponges, which are abundant in these mangroves.

Lake Martin in Louisiana
October 1, 2001

Lake Martin in Louisiana

Lake Martin, a popular spot for bird-watching, fishing and boating, is part of The Nature Conservancy’s Cypress Island Preserve. The site, located in St. Martin Parish, Louisiana, is a beautiful example of a bald cypress swamp. The first case of Snake Fungal Disease in a free-ranging wild snake in Louisiana was documented by a USGS scientist from there in 2015.

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Lake Martin in Louisiana
October 1, 2001

Lake Martin in Louisiana

Lake Martin, a popular spot for bird-watching, fishing and boating, is part of The Nature Conservancy’s Cypress Island Preserve. The site, located in St. Martin Parish, Louisiana, is a beautiful example of a bald cypress swamp. The first case of Snake Fungal Disease in a free-ranging wild snake in Louisiana was documented by a USGS scientist from there in 2015.

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Black bellied salamander

Black-Bellied Salamander

This black-bellied salamander (Desmognathus quadramaculatus

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