Turtle Rehab

20 June, 2024

Every year we’re seeing more and more turtle stranding partially because of an increase in awareness but also because there are more extreme weather events, there are more storms there are more extreme temperature changes and strong winds probably a consequence of changing weather systems, more extreme weather systems that are indicative of climate change and all of those things for us lead to increase strandings.

At the Sea Turtles | Two Oceans Aquarium, they are trying to save as many as possible, in order to release the turtles back into the sea.

Reportage: Jason Boswell
Photo/editing: Jason Boswell
Foto: Two Oceans Aquarium: mass stranding, Devin Trull / Two Oceans Aquarium

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