Reason for Stranding

Patient History

Patient Injuries

Patient Treatments

JadeStranded 11/26/2014

Jade was found on the South Padre Island jetties, about halfway up. A couple found her trapped between the rocks and dislodged her. She has several scrapes and areas of exposed bone on her head, carapace & plastron. She is being treated in ICU for her injuries.
December update: Jade has been moved to a rehabilitation tank outside. She is eating well and her injuries are improving. She is still on antibiotics.


January Update: Jade has been moved to a rehab tank outside!


Released 2/15/2015

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