Fifteen endangered sea turtles rehabilitated by Boston’s New England Aquarium were released back into the ocean Saturday.
In recent days 45 sea turtles washed ashore beaches on Cape Cod. The young turtles don’t yet know how to properly make their migration, and as a result they were stranded.
Biologists at the New England Aquarium’s rehab facility in Quincy are nursing nearly a dozen sea turtles back to health after they were stranded on Cape Cod beaches.
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The hope is that acupuncture will help get two injured turtles back into the sea.
After spending the winter rehabilitating from hypothermia, 46 endangered and threatened sea turtles that were rescued off of Cape Cod last fall are headed for warmer waters.
Sea turtles typically wash up on Cape Cod, but this week, two made rare appearances on the South Shore.
Almost three dozen rescued sea turtles are now basking in the Florida sunshine.
The brisk rate at which the cold-stunned turtles are washing ashore this year has packed a local rescue hospital and threatens the regional strandings record.
Almost three dozen sea turtles rescued on Cape Cod are on their way to sunny Florida.