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Kemp Ridley Sea Turtles Release of 1503LK, known as Prince. The second turtle to be released stranded along Cape Cod late November of 2014 as a cold-stunned turtle and was transferred to National Marine Life Center for intial rehab. Prince was eventually transferred to National Aquarium on 4/16/15 to finish rehab and was treated for severe pneumonia, low blood glucose, and skin lesions during rehab. Gained 6 pounds while in rehab. Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtles are the most endangered and the smallest of all the sea turtle species, which makes them particularly vulnearable to severe changes in water temperature. | September 11, 2015
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Kemp Ridley Sea Turtles Release of 1503LK, known as Prince. The second turtle to be released stranded along Cape Cod late November of 2014 as a cold-stunned turtle and was transferred to National Marine Life Center for intial rehab. Prince was eventually transferred to National Aquarium on 4/16/15 to finish rehab and was treated for severe pneumonia, low blood glucose, and skin lesions during rehab. Gained 6 pounds while in rehab. Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtles are the most endangered and the smallest of all the sea turtle species, which makes them particularly vulnearable to severe changes in water temperature. | September 11, 2015