Five turtles released into the wild
Bhind covid-19 rēzekne The five turtles were found stranded within two weeks of each other and were being rehabilitated by uShaka Marine World.
Palamós casino online gokken echt geld FIVE two-year-old Loggerhead turtles who have spent the past 18 months under the care of uShaka Sea World rehabilitation staff, are being released into the warm Indian Ocean on Friday, 26 January. All five of these turtles were found stranded within two weeks of each other on various Western Cape beaches after a particularly cold spell.
juegos onlines gratis really They were initially treated and cared for by the Two Oceans Aquarium staff before being flown to uShaka Sea World for ongoing rehabilitation.
Geiro la messagerie vocale On hand to wish them well before being released was South African actress, motivational speaker, storyteller, poet, playwright, director, author and turtle champion, Dr Gcina Mhlophe.
roulette online uk García The turtles are to join teams of scientists aboard the international research vessel, (RV) Dr Fridtjof Nansen before being released 100 nautical miles offshore.
online casino latvia vakances Kiryas Joel Dr Gcina Mhlophe said, “Turtles live long lives. They are patient and full of wisdom which are such precious gifts. If we were wise, we would take care of turtles”.
Malini Pather (uShaka Sea World Aquarist) is delighted that they are returning back to the warm Indian Ocean waters after having recovered from their “cold water ordeal” when they were off course.
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