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Tuesday October 15, 2019: Staff at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden prepare to move the first of two manatees into its shipping container for a flight to SeaWorld Orlando early Tuesday morning. The two will eventually be released back into the ocean after being rehabilitated at the Cincinnati Zoo for over two years. Photo by Glenn Hartong for WCPO.Photo by: Glenn Hartong | WCPO contributor
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Tuesday October 15, 2019: Staff at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden prepare to move the first of two manatees into its shipping container for a flight to SeaWorld Orlando early Tuesday morning. The two manatees will eventually be released back into the ocean, after being rehabilitated at the Cincinnati Zoo for over two years. Photo by: Glenn Hartong | WCPO contributor
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Tuesday October 15, 2019: Early Tuesday morning Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden Director of Animal Health Dr. Mark Campbell, left and aquatics team leader Donald Ulrich help hoist the first of two manatees into its shipping container for a flight to SeaWorld Orlando. They will eventually be released back into the ocean after being rehabilitated at the Cincinnati Zoo for over two years. Photo by: Glenn Hartong | WCPO contributor
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Tuesday October 15, 2019: Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden Manatee Keeper Lindsay Garrett helps guide the first of two manatees into its shipping container early Tuesday morning for a flight to SeaWorld Orlando. They will eventually be released back into the ocean after being rehabilitated at the Cincinnati Zoo for over two years. Photo by Glenn Hartong for WCPO.Photo by: Glenn Hartong | WCPO contributor
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Tuesday October 15, 2019: Early Tuesday morning Staff at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden lowerthe first of two manatees into its shipping container for a flight to SeaWorld Orlando. They will eventually be released back into the ocean after being rehabilitated at the Cincinnati Zoo for over two years. Photo by: Glenn Hartong | WCPO contributor
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Tuesday October 15, 2019: Early Tuesday morning Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden Director of Animal Health Dr. Mark Campbell, left and Manatee Keeper Lindsay Garrett check on the first of two Manatees in its shipping container in a truck ready for a flight to SeaWorld Orlando. They will eventually be released back into the ocean after being rehabilitated at the Cincinnati Zoo for over two years. Photo by: Glenn Hartong | WCPO contributor
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Tuesday October 15, 2019: Staff at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden carefully lower the second of two manatees into its shipping container for a flight to SeaWorld Orlando. They will eventually be released back into the ocean after being rehabilitated at the Cincinnati Zoo for over two years. Photo by: Glenn Hartong | WCPO contributor
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Tuesday October 15, 2019: DHL ramp manager Hubert Logon, left and Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden Curator of Invertebrates & Manatees Winton Ray confer at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport as they move two manatees for a flight to SeaWorld Orlando. They will eventually be released back into the ocean after being rehabilitated at the Cincinnati Zoo for over two years. Photo by: Glenn Hartong | WCPO contributor
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Tuesday October 15, 2019: Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden Director of Animal Health Dr. Mark Campbell, left, checks on a manatee as DHL ramp manager Hubert Logon, starts to secure the container at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airportt early Tuesday morning. They were part of a large team moving two manatees for a flight to SeaWorld Orlando. They will eventually be releasde back into the ocean after being rehabilitated at the Cincinnati Zoo for over two years. Photo by: Glenn Hartong | WCPO contributor
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Tuesday October 15, 2019: Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden Director of Animal Health Dr. Mark Campbell checks on a manatee as it lays in it's container at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport early Tuesday morning. Winton Ray, Curator of Invertebrates and Manatees looks on, left. They were part of a large team moving two manatees for a flight to SeaWorld Orlando. They will eventually be released back into the ocean after being rehabilitated at the Cincinnati Zoo for over two years.Photo by: Glenn Hartong | WCPO contributor
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Tuesday October 15, 2019: Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden Director of Animal Health Dr. Mark Campbell checks on a manatee as it lays in it's container at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport early Tuesday morning. He was part of a large team moving two manatees for a flight to SeaWorld Orlando. They will eventually be released back into the ocean after being rehabilitated at the Cincinnati Zoo for over two years.Photo by: Glenn Hartong | WCPO contributor
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Tuesday October 15, 2019: DHL Ramp Manager Hubert Logon, left, watches as two manatees are lifted into a waiting Boeing 767 at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport early Tuesday morning. He was part of a large team moving two manatees for a flight to SeaWorld Orlando. They will eventually be released back into the ocean after being rehabilitated at the Cincinnati Zoo for over two years.Photo by: Glenn Hartong | WCPO contributor
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Tuesday October 15, 2019: The second of two manatees from Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden are loaded onto a DHL Boeing 767 at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport early Tuesday morning for a flight to SeaWorld Orlando. They will eventually be release back into the ocean after being rehabilitated at the Cincinnati Zoo for over two years.Photo by: Glenn Hartong | WCPO contributor