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10 December 2021

Cold Stunned Sea Turtles - 04

A critically endangered Kemps ridley sea turtle peers out of a a box while it is off-loaded from an airplane Friday, Dec. 10, 2021, in Marathon, Fla. The juvenile reptile was one of 20 that were flown to the Florida Keys-based Turtle Hospital after being rescued from Cape Cod Bay in a “cold-stunned” condition earlier this month. The turtles are to convalesce at the hospital in the subtropical Keys with the goal of releasing them in the future. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Bob Care/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)
Resolutions:
10 December 2021

Cold Stunned Sea Turtles - 03

Blood is drawn for analysis from a critically endangered Kemps ridley sea turtle Friday, Dec. 10, 2021, at the Florida Keys-based Turtle Hospital in Marathon, Fla. The reptile was one of 20 that were flown to the hospital after being rescued from Cape Cod Bay in a “cold-stunned” condition earlier this month. The turtles are to convalesce at the hospital in the subtropical Keys with the goal of releasing them in the future. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Bob Care/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)
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10 December 2021

Cold Stunned Sea Turtles - 02

Staff from the Florida Keys-based Turtle Hospital, including, from left, Taylor Marsalis, Richie Moretti and Bette Zirkelbach, examine three of a group of 20 critically endangered Kemps ridley sea turtles that was flown to Marathon, Fla., Friday, Dec. 10, 2021, after being rescued from Cape Cod Bay in a “cold-stunned” condition earlier this month. The juvenile reptiles were transported to the warmer climate of the Florida Keys courtesy of “Turtles Fly Too,” a nonprofit group of general aviation pilots who donate their aircraft, fuel and time to provide emergency transport for rescued sea turtles. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Bob Care/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)
Resolutions:
10 December 2021

Cold Stunned Sea Turtles - 01

Staff from the Florida Keys-based Turtle Hospital examine many of a group of 20 critically endangered Kemps ridley sea turtles that was flown to Marathon, Fla., Friday, Dec. 10, 2021, after being rescued from Cape Cod Bay in a “cold-stunned” condition earlier this month. The juvenile reptiles were transported to the warmer climate of the Florida Keys courtesy of “Turtles Fly Too,” a nonprofit group of general aviation pilots who donate their aircraft, fuel and time to provide emergency transport for rescued sea turtles. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Bob Care/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)