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    Two Loggerhead Turtles Are Returned To The Wild


    People watch as one of two loggerhead sea turtles are released back into the wild at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park after they underwent rehabilitation at Miami Seaquarium March 13, 2012 in Key Biscayne, Florida. The two loggerhead sea turtles weighing in at 90 lbs (40,82 kg) and 125 lbs (56,69 kg) were both found weak in the wild, covered in parasites and facing buoyancy issues. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)


    People watch as one of two loggerhead sea turtles are released back into the wild at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park after they underwent rehabilitation at Miami Seaquarium




    People watch as one of two loggerhead sea turtles are released back into the wild at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park after they underwent rehabilitation at Miami Seaquarium




    People watch as one of two loggerhead sea turtles are released back into the wild at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park after they underwent rehabilitation at Miami Seaquarium




    People watch as one of two loggerhead sea turtles are released back into the wild at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park after they underwent rehabilitation at Miami Seaquarium




    Mariana Rubinstein from the Miami Seaquarium Spring Break Campers group holds a sign as she watches as two loggerhead sea turtles are prepared for their release back into the wild at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park after undergoing rehabilitation at Miami Seaquarium


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Two Loggerhead Turtles Are Returned To The Wild


People watch as one of two loggerhead sea turtles are released back into the wild at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park after they underwent rehabilitation at Miami Seaquarium March 13, 2012 in Key Biscayne, Florida. The two loggerhead sea turtles weighing in at 90 lbs (40,82 kg) and 125 lbs (56,69 kg) were both found weak in the wild, covered in parasites and facing buoyancy issues. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)


People watch as one of two loggerhead sea turtles are released back into the wild at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park after they underwent rehabilitation at Miami Seaquarium




People watch as one of two loggerhead sea turtles are released back into the wild at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park after they underwent rehabilitation at Miami Seaquarium




People watch as one of two loggerhead sea turtles are released back into the wild at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park after they underwent rehabilitation at Miami Seaquarium




People watch as one of two loggerhead sea turtles are released back into the wild at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park after they underwent rehabilitation at Miami Seaquarium




Mariana Rubinstein from the Miami Seaquarium Spring Break Campers group holds a sign as she watches as two loggerhead sea turtles are prepared for their release back into the wild at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park after undergoing rehabilitation at Miami Seaquarium


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