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Sometimes the surgical staff will move a turtle to another location in hopes of stimulating it to breathe on it's own while the anesthesia wears off. | 1522LK or Scuttle, Arrived at the National Aquarium veterinary facility on 6/11/15. Rescued by Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center. Kenp's Ridley Sea Turtle was incidentally rescued after being captured at a fishing pier on Virginia Beach on 5/30/15. Stayed in rehab due to emaciation, ocular disease, and shell lesion.
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Sometimes the surgical staff will move a turtle to another location in hopes of stimulating it to breathe on it's own while the anesthesia wears off. | 1522LK or Scuttle, Arrived at the National Aquarium veterinary facility on 6/11/15. Rescued by Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center. Kenp's Ridley Sea Turtle was incidentally rescued after being captured at a fishing pier on Virginia Beach on 5/30/15. Stayed in rehab due to emaciation, ocular disease, and shell lesion.