Reason for Stranding
Stranded just north of jetties at Isla Blanca covered in algae and barnacles.
March 2020- Currently receiving Ceftazidime (antibiotic), Vitamin B to promote appetite/energy, and fluids for hydration. Daybreak has a few wounds on the carapace (upper shell) that we are treating with cold laser therapy and topical medications. Daybreak has not been eating well so we are monitoring his/her appetite closely and will start tube feeding if necessary.
Minor plastron and major carapace abrasions, no other major wounds.
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