MARINE SCIENCE INSTITUTE FLIP RELEASED

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Photo - <p>Sea Life Aquarium releases endangered Kemp&apos;s ridley sea turtle Flip, stranded in Holland, back into the Gulf of Mexico. Pictured left to right: Marjolein Kemna, Sea Life; Robyn Cobb, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Tony Amos, Animal Rescue Keep; Donna Shaver, National Park Service; Karen Rifenbury, Sea Life (bottom); Amanda Terry, Animal Rescue Keep; and Iain Scouller, Sea Life (bottom). (PRNewsFoto/Marine Science Institute, National Park Service)</p>

Sea Life Aquarium releases endangered Kemp's ridley sea turtle Flip, stranded in Holland, back into the Gulf of Mexico. Pictured left to right: Marjolein Kemna, Sea Life; Robyn Cobb, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Tony Amos, Animal Rescue Keep; Donna Shaver, National Park Service; Karen Rifenbury, Sea Life (bottom); Amanda Terry, Animal Rescue Keep; and Iain Scouller, Sea Life (bottom). (PRNewsFoto/Marine Science Institute, National Park Service)

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Sea Life Aquarium releases endangered Kemp's ridley sea turtle Flip, stranded in Holland, back into the Gulf of Mexico. Pictured left to right: Marjolein Kemna, Sea Life; Robyn Cobb, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Tony Amos, Animal Rescue Keep; Donna Shaver, National Park Service; Karen Rifenbury, Sea Life (bottom); Amanda Terry, Animal Rescue Keep; and Iain Scouller, Sea Life (bottom). (PRNewsFoto/Marine Science Institute, National Park Service)

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