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Lagoon's sea cows
In the clear waters of New Caledonia's lagoon, curious mammals come to take advantage of the sea grasses to feed. Dugongs, nicknamed "sea cows", can eat up to 88 pounds of sea grasses per day! Impressively corpulent, they can measure up to 310 feet long and can weigh up to 880 pounds. If they are close cousins of manatees, dugongs never evolve in fresh water.
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