Seaweed

Reason for Stranding

Patient History

Patient Injuries

Patient Treatments

Stranded: 01/28/2017

Released: 03/30/2017

 

Pretty little Seaseaweedweed, a juvenile Atlantic green, weighs just under five pounds. She was found near the Mansfield jetties, about 28 miles north of the center, wedged in the rock crevices. She has some scratches and cuts on her plastron but is FP free. She should be in an outdoor rehabilitation tank soon!

February Update: Seaweed, as predicted, is swimming with the gang of other little, FP free, greens. She has gained a half pound and her plastron is healing!

Ways to help Seaweed's Recovery

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