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Stranded 9/25/2013

Mae was founding floating in the Laguna Madre near the “fingers” area of Port Isabel. She is a post-hatchling hawksbill sea turtle. Mae has no physical injuries but is weak and very skinny. She may have washed in due to high tides and strong currents caused by recent Gulf storms. She is in ICU receiving fluids and vitamins.

January 2014 Update: Mae has been moved to rehabilitation tank 2 with other juvenile hawksbill sea turtles!

April 2014: Mae has been moved to rehabilitation tank 7 with other juvenile hawksbill sea turtles!

Released 10/7/2014

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Adopt Mae

One of the three primary missions at Sea Turtle, Inc. is rehabilitation. We work hard to rescue and return every sea turtle back to the wild. Proceeds from this adoption will go directly to purchase needed medical supplies, veterinary exams, x-rays, food and general care for our rehab turtles.

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Sea Turtle, Inc. is dependent on donations to fund our mission; we do not receive any governmental support. Because Sea Turtle, Inc. is a non-profit 501(C)(3), your contributions are tax deductible. We thank you for your support!

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