Curious George

Date Stranded: February 22, 2020

Reason for Stranding


Patient History

Stranded near dunes around mile marker 6 covered in algae and sand.

March 2020- No longer receiving any injectable medications or treatments; we are simply trying to get this turtle to gain more weight so we are feeding copious amounts of seafood and veggies daily. Curious George will be ready for release soon!

Patient Injuries

Minor plastron abrasions, swollen neck, and tip of left front flipper actively bleeding.

Patient Treatments

Antibiotics, Vitamin B, Dextrose (for low blood sugar)

Ways to help Curious George's Recovery

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