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Loggerhead turtle

Uploaded by: sparky97

Friday July 1, 2011

1, VA

Caption: I took this picture in the Chesapeake Bay 4 miles west of the CBBT. This turtles head was larger then a basket ball


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2. pegpics
9:54 PM GMT on July 04, 2011
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1. Willow13
5:43 PM GMT on July 04, 2011
What a WONDERFUL experience!! Yes, their heads are very large and beautiful! He/She looks very happy! I think I know that sweet Loggerhead Sea Turtle. ;-) Thanks for sharing this absolutely spectacular encounter with this delightful sea turtle!

This is Night Watch, a sub-adult Loggerhead Sea Turtle. She was anemic and had a virus when she came to the Georgia Sea Turtle Center to be treated. Now she is well and returning to her ocean home. She delighted the crowd when she took a deep breath of the fresh ocean air and opened her mouth real wide in what seemed to be a great big belly laugh :D
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