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Default Cold-stunned sea turtle found in Eastham

Cold-stunned sea turtle found in Eastham
By CAPE COD TIMES
October 25, 2010

Cold-stunned sea turtle found in Eastham | CapeCodOnline.com
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A small Kemp's ridley turtle washed ashore Saturday afternoon at an Eastham beach, according to the Mass Audubon's Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, marking the start of the sea turtle stranding season.

The cold-stunned turtle, weighing just five pounds, was found at Kingsbury Beach in Eastham, according a press release from the sanctuary. Director Bob Prescott retrieved the ailing turtle and brought it back to Wellfleet to gather data...
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