Ranee Rescue Turtle

juvenile Hawksbill turtle (RB.EI.023), admitted 7 March 2018, Bandos Island Resort, N.Malé Atoll, Maldives

Weight / length: 1.9kg / 24.9cm (on admission);  2.1kg / 25.7cm (April 2017);

On 7 March 2018, Ranee, a juvenile Hawksbill turtle, was found at Bandos (North Malé Atoll) entangled in a net. Ranee’s right front flipper was badly injured, so we had to surgically amputate the flipper and administer antibiotics. Ranee is a turtle that is often seen at Bandos local reef, and everyone hopes she can recover for a quick release.
Ranee is able to dive, and she likes to spend her days resting at the bottom of the pool, watching Rosa swimming around.

Ranee rescue Hawksbill turtle Marine Savers Maldives [RB.EI.023]
Ranee rescue Hawksbill turtle Marine Savers Maldives [RB.EI.023]
Ranee rescue Hawksbill turtle Marine Savers Maldives [RB.EI.023]
Ranee rescue Hawksbill turtle Marine Savers Maldives [RB.EI.023]

March+ 2018

Ranee’s amputation is healed and looking healthy. She is growing and gaining weight every week, and likes to sleep next to Snoopy and swim around with Quasi.

Snoopy (left) and Ranee (right)

Snoopy (left) and Ranee (right)

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