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Stranded 03-05-2017

Released 4/28/2017

jace after bath

jace before bath

And the little greens are still coming in! Jace, unlike most of his other “classmates”, was not found in the jetties, but  way up near the public beach entrance at access #21. Algae covered  more than 50% of his carapace, but no wounds were noted. Jace has a great body condition – fattest turtle we have  seen of this size. Gave freshwater bath, see right, and he is very active.

April 20 Update: Ready to be released! Scheduled to release Friday April 28th.

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