Snooty the manatee has his 20th birthday party in 1968 at his tank in the South Florida Museum. The American Dairy Princess is also pictured. Born in captivity, Snooty was known as Baby Snoots when he first came to the museum. At that time it was located in the Bradenton Municipal Pier and Baby Snoots’ tank was outdoors.
Snooty the manatee has his 20th birthday party in 1968 at his tank in the South Florida Museum. The American Dairy Princess is also pictured. Born in captivity, Snooty was known as Baby Snoots when he first came to the museum. At that time it was located in the Bradenton Municipal Pier and Baby Snoots’ tank was outdoors.
Snooty the manatee has his 20th birthday party in 1968 at his tank in the South Florida Museum. The American Dairy Princess is also pictured. Born in captivity, Snooty was known as Baby Snoots when he first came to the museum. At that time it was located in the Bradenton Municipal Pier and Baby Snoots’ tank was outdoors.

Snooty: The life of the world’s longest-living manatee in captivity

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