Writers’ Blokke
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Writers’ Blokke

Manatees shouldn’t have to eat lettuce

Photo by Maegan Luckiesh on Unsplash

My manatee memories date back to the 1960s when I visited my grandparents in Miami Beach. They lived within walking distance of the expansive Miami shoreline, and their home abutted a canal.

I’d spend lazy afternoons casting my fishing line off the canal into the water, my feet dangling over the seawall. Decades ago the brackish waters were unpolluted and flush with seagrasses.

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Moryt Milo

Moryt Milo

Curiosity and awareness anchor my writer’s toolbox. Nature lover. Mental health advocate. morytmilo.com

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