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Stranded 9/20/2014

Peaches is a juvenile Atlantic green sea turtle. She was accidentally hooked by a fisherman at the Isla Blanca jetties. The fisherman noticed that she had a large wound on her head and called Sea Turtle, Inc. for help. Peaches had been hit by a boat and the propeller had left a deep slice on her head. Miraculously, the wound had already started to heal on its own and the turtle’s overall health was not very bad. We cleaned the wound and she is currently being monitored in ICU.

October Update: Peaches wound has healed very well. She is healthy and has been cleared for release.


Released 10/17/2014

Ways to help Peaches's Recovery

Adopt Peaches

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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