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The sighting in Florida this week of a manatee with "Trump" in block letters on its back has prompted an investigation and a plea for help from a nonprofit conservation group. The Center for Biological Diversity said it was offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to a conviction "for the cruel and illegal mutilation" of a threatened manatee in the Homosassa River in Citrus County, on Florida's Gulf Coast. It was not immediately clear what was done to the manatee. The US. Fish and Wildlife Service said that the manatee did not appear to be seriously injured "as it seems the word was written in algae on the animal's back." The Center for Biological Diversity initially described the writing as having been "carved" into the manatee's back and said it appeared to have caused "serious scarring." "Manatees aren't billboards, and people shouldn't be messing with these sensitive and imperiled animals for any reason," Jaclyn Lopez, the center's Florida director, said on Monday. "However this political graffiti was put on this manatee," she added, "it's a crime to interfere with these creatures, which are protected under multiple federal laws."