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Olive Ridley Turtle rescued from sea near Surat


Surat: A male olive ridley turtle is reported to have rescued in injured condition behind Surat Air Port in India. The massive 10-year-old sea turtle was released after treatment in to the Arabian sea

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at Hazira in Surat. Olive ridley is considered to be a protected species world over and found very rarely near Surat. The location from where it got noticed was near the city seat coast. A non Governmental Organization called ‘Prayas Team Environment’ was informed by the local people working at shrimp farms, about the sighting of the amazing sea turtle. When they rushed to the site for rescuing, it was unable to return to sea because of its weak front right flipper. Due to severe injury it was not in a position to move properly. So the animal was brought to the shelter for treatment. Darshan Desai of Prayas said that the injury found in the flipper was mostly due to tangling with fishing nets. He also added that the cut was so thin and about to get healed completely. It might be the pain developed from the cut that made the turtle partially immovable. So, as per the treatment protocol, the turtle was given antibiotic injection and pain killers. The turtle was around 2 feet long and weighed nearly 22 kilo. Due to high wind the volunteers were not able to go into the deep sea using a boat and the release of the turtle was carried out at the beach itself. On being released on shore water, the turtle comfortably moved into the waters. According to volunteers, there were active stroke movements by the turtle when it released into the sea water.   Video on Olive Ridley Sea Turtle