Members of the U.S. Coast Guard carry a container of loggerhead sea turtles rescued from Cape Cod Bay in Massachusetts. The cold water temperatures will shut down their organs. The turtles will be cared for by the Miami Seaquarium.
Members of the U.S. Coast Guard carry a container of loggerhead sea turtles rescued from Cape Cod Bay in Massachusetts. The cold water temperatures will shut down their organs. The turtles will be cared for by the Miami Seaquarium. Leila Miller
Members of the U.S. Coast Guard carry a container of loggerhead sea turtles rescued from Cape Cod Bay in Massachusetts. The cold water temperatures will shut down their organs. The turtles will be cared for by the Miami Seaquarium. Leila Miller

Coast Guard flies in sea turtles from Cape Cod to Miami Seaquarium to get out of winter weather

January 27, 2016 10:18 PM

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