Elisabeth Misska, an education specialist at the Turtle Hospital, tests out an iPad for an upcoming virtual learning class while Rehabilitation Specialist Marie Simpson preps a green sea turtle for an endoscopy Tuesday morning.
Elisabeth Misska, an education specialist at the Turtle Hospital, tests out an iPad for an upcoming virtual learning class while Rehabilitation Specialist Marie Simpson preps a green sea turtle for an endoscopy Tuesday morning. WILLIAM AXFORD KeysInfoNet
Elisabeth Misska, an education specialist at the Turtle Hospital, tests out an iPad for an upcoming virtual learning class while Rehabilitation Specialist Marie Simpson preps a green sea turtle for an endoscopy Tuesday morning. WILLIAM AXFORD KeysInfoNet

Turtle Hospital in the Keys now Skyping surgeries to classrooms

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