Stranded 600lb turtle returned to Atlantic Ocean – BBC News

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A stranded 600lb (227kg) turtle was returned to the Atlantic Ocean with a little help from some volunteers.

The leatherback turtle got stuck in a mudflat alongside a river in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

Volunteers will track the turtle for 30 days to see if it survives.

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