Sheri

Reason for Stranding

Patient History

Patient Injuries

Patient Treatments

SHERI1Stranded 12-07-2016

Released 03-30-2017

 

Sheri is a small Atlantic green, the third this month found wedged in the crevices of the jetties at Isla Blanca park. Sheri has some scrapes on her plastron and some minor internal injuries. She is being kept in ICU as we continue to run diagnostics.

January Update:  Sheri is out of ICU, responding well to antibiotics and other medications. She is enjoying swimming with 4 other friends her size.

February Update: No new news, except she is gaining weight and swimming with even more friends now!  Sheri is up to 5.2 pounds.

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