Rescued sea turtles from South Australia released in Ballina
ivermectin treatment for sarcoptic mange in dogs Wittenau Two sea turtles rescued in South Australia late last year are being released this morning at the surf club end of Lighthouse Beach in Ballina.
hilfsorganisationen englisch Australian Seabird Rescue volunteers released the turtles, which were flown to Ballina just over a week ago to be released in the warmer waters.
https://authordebarati.com/21-ph81056-ivermectin-for-humans-worms.html Acting General Manager of Seabird Rescue, Keith Williams, said the decision to release the turtles in Ballina was due to the waters off Adelaide being far too cold for sea turtles at this time of year.
psicopata namoro Jenelle, a 20-year-old Green Sea Turtle weighing in excess of 40 kilograms was rescued in October 2016.
jackpotwheel reluctantly Alicia, a 3-year-old Loggerhead turtle (listed as an Endangered Species world-wide) was rescued in November 2016.
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Their rehabilitation was carried out in AdelaideÂ by Australian Marine Wildlife Rescue and Research Organisation (AMRRO).
ASR and AMRRO have cooperated for many years with Alicia and Jenelle the 4th and 5th turtles to be released in Ballina following their care by AMRRO.
Mr Williams highlighted the importance of cooperation between agencies dealing with sea turtles.
‘We share our population of sea turtles with the entire South Pacific. A Loggerhead turtle such as Alicia would most likely be found closer to South America at this age,’ he said.
‘While it is unusual for such turtles to be found in South Australia, a sick, floating turtle is at the mercy of the wind and waves and could end up in otherwise unexpected places.’.