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Volunteers give a lifeline to turtles trapped on Cape

Bob Prescott (left) of Mass Audubon and volunteers Joyce Banta (center) and Kelly Sattman found a Kemp’s ridley turtle alive on a Dennis beach Saturday. Bob Prescott (left) of Mass Audubon and volunteers Joyce Banta (center) and Kelly Sattman found a Kemp’s ridley turtle alive on a Dennis beach Saturday. (David L. Ryan/ Globe Staff)
By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / December 6, 2010

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DENNIS — The churning surf deposited a Frisbee-sized olive green turtle onto Corporation Beach’s high-tide line on Saturday morning. Paralyzed from the frigid sea water, the Kemp’s ridley turtle would be on the sand until death or salvation arrived. (Full article: 911 words)

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