More Videos

Firefighters light backfires to try to contain California fires 1:08

Firefighters light backfires to try to contain California fires

Miami Shores residents cited for front yard vegetable garden 1:25

Miami Shores residents cited for front yard vegetable garden

When home associations go bad 2:33

When home associations go bad

Dolphins coach Adam Gase after win over Patriots 1:01

Dolphins coach Adam Gase after win over Patriots

Kenyan Drake talks about the Dolphins win over the Patriots 1:08

Kenyan Drake talks about the Dolphins win over the Patriots

Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler is pretty happy after victory 1:33

Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler is pretty happy after victory

Couple lives in tent next to their destroyed trailer 1:02

Couple lives in tent next to their destroyed trailer

Violent road rage incident caught on surveillance video 0:53

Violent road rage incident caught on surveillance video

'I think is one of our most complete games thusfar,' Landry says 1:08

'I think is one of our most complete games thusfar,' Landry says

Trump accusers ask Congress to investigate sexual misconduct 3:07

Trump accusers ask Congress to investigate sexual misconduct

  • Sea turtles released after rehabilitation

    The Miami Seaquarium released three endangered Loggerhead sea turtles and a juvenile Green Turtle at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park on Monday, June 8, 2015. Florida Gov. Rick Scott attended the release of the turtles, who had been rehabilitated following injuries. Patrick Farrell/Miami Herald Staff

The Miami Seaquarium released three endangered Loggerhead sea turtles and a juvenile Green Turtle at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park on Monday, June 8, 2015. Florida Gov. Rick Scott attended the release of the turtles, who had been rehabilitated following injuries. Patrick Farrell/Miami Herald Staff pfarrell@miamiherald.com
The Miami Seaquarium released three endangered Loggerhead sea turtles and a juvenile Green Turtle at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park on Monday, June 8, 2015. Florida Gov. Rick Scott attended the release of the turtles, who had been rehabilitated following injuries. Patrick Farrell/Miami Herald Staff pfarrell@miamiherald.com

Gov. Scott in Key Biscayne for release of rare sea turtles

June 08, 2015 10:01 AM

UPDATED June 08, 2015 06:40 PM

More Videos

Firefighters light backfires to try to contain California fires 1:08

Firefighters light backfires to try to contain California fires

Miami Shores residents cited for front yard vegetable garden 1:25

Miami Shores residents cited for front yard vegetable garden

When home associations go bad 2:33

When home associations go bad

Dolphins coach Adam Gase after win over Patriots 1:01

Dolphins coach Adam Gase after win over Patriots

Kenyan Drake talks about the Dolphins win over the Patriots 1:08

Kenyan Drake talks about the Dolphins win over the Patriots

Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler is pretty happy after victory 1:33

Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler is pretty happy after victory

Couple lives in tent next to their destroyed trailer 1:02

Couple lives in tent next to their destroyed trailer

Violent road rage incident caught on surveillance video 0:53

Violent road rage incident caught on surveillance video

'I think is one of our most complete games thusfar,' Landry says 1:08

'I think is one of our most complete games thusfar,' Landry says

Trump accusers ask Congress to investigate sexual misconduct 3:07

Trump accusers ask Congress to investigate sexual misconduct

  • PETA protesters gather outside of the Miami Seaquarium on the anniversary of Lolita's capture

    Chris Lagergren, 47, from Pembroke Pines, protests outside of the Miami Seaquarium on Tuesday, Aug. 8 2017, in Key Biscayne to remember the anniversary of Lolita the Killer Whale's capture from the Puget Sound 47 years ago.