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Stranded swimmers head to rehab center

N.E. Aquarium saves cold turtles later than usual

Specialists at New England Aquarium prepared Jupiter, a 40-pound loggerhead sea turtle, for his ride yesterday to Riverhead Foundation on New York's Long Island. Eight loggerheads have been found hypothermic on Cape Cod beaches and treated at the aquarium since Thanksgiving. Specialists at New England Aquarium prepared Jupiter, a 40-pound loggerhead sea turtle, for his ride yesterday to Riverhead Foundation on New York's Long Island. Eight loggerheads have been found hypothermic on Cape Cod beaches and treated at the aquarium since Thanksgiving. (Globe Staff Photo / David Kamerman)
By Casey Ramsdell
Globe Correspondent / December 24, 2008

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People aren't the only ones traveling this holiday. Two loggerhead sea turtles headed to Long Island yesterday after being rescued on Cape Cod beaches and nursed back from the brink at the New England Aquarium. (Full article: 239 words)

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