File: Skully, a sea turtle rescued June 18 from a sandbar off Fripp Island, had a wound on her plastron that could be causing her health issues.
File: Skully, a sea turtle rescued June 18 from a sandbar off Fripp Island, had a wound on her plastron that could be causing her health issues. Sea Turtle Hospital
File: Skully, a sea turtle rescued June 18 from a sandbar off Fripp Island, had a wound on her plastron that could be causing her health issues. Sea Turtle Hospital

Rescued sea turtle Skully to be released back into ocean Saturday

September 12, 2013 09:32 PM

UPDATED September 12, 2013 09:50 PM

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