Tickles

Reason for Stranding

Patient History

Patient Injuries

Patient Treatments

TicklesStranded 11/16/2012

Tickles is a Atlantic green sea turtle hatchling. She was attacked by a predator who bit off most of her front right flipper and parts of her back flippers. Despite her injuries, she is doing very well. She is already actively swimming and diving in her tank in the ICU and has a healthy appetite. She will be released when she grows to  larger size.

 

Released 8/13/2014

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