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Loggerhead (Caretta caretta)
Stranding Location: Buck Hall boat landing, McClellanville, SC

Arrival Date: 07/20/2014

Age: Juvenile

Weight: 34.3 kg (~75 lb.)
Case History
This juvenile loggerhead was found lethargic and floating by Buck Hall boat landing in McClellanville, SC by a recreational fisherman who contacted the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. Michelle Pate, Sea Turtle Coordinator from SCDNR, transported the animal to the Aquarium’s Sea Turtle Hospital for examination and medical treatment.
Treatment
Upon arrival, staff found the heart rate to […]

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Kemp’s ridley (Lepidochelys kempii)
Stranding Location: Folly Beach Fishing Pier

Arrival Date: 07/11/2014

Age: Juvenile

Weight: 4.0 kg (~9 lb.)
Case History
This young Kemp’s ridley was caught on hook and line by a pier fisherman on the evening of July 11. The turtle swallowed the hook so the fisherman was unable to remove it himself. The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources was contacted so the endangered sea turtle could be transported to the Aquarium’s Sea Turtle Hospital.
Treatment
This little […]

Sam Gehl

How was your first week as an intern?
17 June 2014: The first week as an intern really shows how this is the best job, especially as a high schooler, that you can possibly get! That first day really put 3 stories of stairs into perspective . . . but hey it’s a great free workout! All of the information and questions people ask may seem daunting, but I like to take a deep […]

Brittany Bowles

How was your first week as an intern?
17 June 2014: The first week of being a high school intern at the South Carolina Aquarium was amazing! I was full of nerves the first day thinking that it was going to be a tough job and I was going to mess everything up, but it proved to be nothing but pure fun. Everyone here is so supportive and friendly that it’s hard to feel unwelcomed. […]

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