The Florida manatee’s mammary glands and teats are located behind forelimbs but since the milk glands do not have storage sacs, calves have to suckle frequently at short intervals. Trichechus manatus latirostris. Florida, USA.


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The Florida manatee’s mammary glands and teats are located behind forelimbs but since the milk glands do not have storage sacs, calves have to suckle frequently at short intervals. Trichechus manatus latirostris. Florida, USA.
Credit to: Blue Planet Archive / Neil Ever Osborne

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