Reason for Stranding
11.0 lb juvenile FP green
-found by a boat captain floating near Barracuda Cove
FP in both eyes but both parts of both corneas are visible (hard to tell in the photos), looks like a possible old boat strike on the caudal end of the carapace (healed)
-moderate barnacle & algae load, marine leech eggs, and adult marine leeches
Ways to help Cove's Recovery
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