Rehabilitation specialists Lauren Miller (above left) and Courtney Miller check on one of seven juvenile green sea turtles at the Turtle Hospital.
Rehabilitation specialists Lauren Miller (above left) and Courtney Miller check on one of seven juvenile green sea turtles at the Turtle Hospital. WILLIAM AXFORD KeysInfoNet
Rehabilitation specialists Lauren Miller (above left) and Courtney Miller check on one of seven juvenile green sea turtles at the Turtle Hospital. WILLIAM AXFORD KeysInfoNet

Cold-stunned turtles get some warm-hearted loving in the Keys

February 14, 2016 08:31 AM

UPDATED February 14, 2016 03:32 PM

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