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Saving our underwater world one manatee at a time

Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Daniel Monticue, lab technician for the Joint Medical Group, takes vials of blood samples from medical staff Nov. 11, at Lizard Island. Monticue volunteered to assist with labeling samples with appropriate information so that U.S. Geological Survey biologists can study the Antillean manatee found in Guantanamo Bay for the Sirenia Project.



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This work, Saving our underwater world one manatee at a time [Image 1 of 6], by SFC Gina Vaile-Nelson, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:11.11.2013

Date Posted:11.27.2013 15:13

Photo ID:1062174

VIRIN:131111-Z-SP213-093

Resolution:2848x4288

Size:6.43 MB

Location:U.S. NAVAL STATION GUANTANAMO BAY, CU

Hometown:KOKOMO, IN, US

Hometown:VIRGINIA BEACH, VA, US

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