A rare Kemp's Ridley turtle, not often seen in the waters of South Carolina, gets care at the Sea Turtle Hospital at the S.C. Aquarium in Charleston. The turtle, not breathing and pale, was pulled up by Andrew Van Frank of Beaufort during a shrimping excursion near the Harbor River Bridge the morning of June 18, 2014.
A rare Kemp's Ridley turtle, not often seen in the waters of South Carolina, gets care at the Sea Turtle Hospital at the S.C. Aquarium in Charleston. The turtle, not breathing and pale, was pulled up by Andrew Van Frank of Beaufort during a shrimping excursion near the Harbor River Bridge the morning of June 18, 2014. S.C. Aquarium
A rare Kemp's Ridley turtle, not often seen in the waters of South Carolina, gets care at the Sea Turtle Hospital at the S.C. Aquarium in Charleston. The turtle, not breathing and pale, was pulled up by Andrew Van Frank of Beaufort during a shrimping excursion near the Harbor River Bridge the morning of June 18, 2014. S.C. Aquarium

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