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"(IPTC005 contains(ENDANGERED SEA TURTLE RESCUE CENTER))": 95 results 

 
A loggerhead sea turtle is released back to sea from a boat, near Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The female turtle, named Miriam, was rescued by the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, and after a period of healing is released back to nature. The center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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A loggerhead sea turtle is released back to sea from a boat, near Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The female turtle, named Miriam, was rescued by the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, and after a period of healing is released back to nature. The center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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A loggerhead sea turtle awaits its release back to sea on a boat, near Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The female turtle, named Miriam, was rescued by the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, and after a period of healing is released back to nature. The center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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Yaniv Levy, manager of the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, resuscitates a loggerhead sea turtle in critical condition, in Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The turtle, named Michelle after the fisherman who found her, was injured at the neck after being choked by a string at sea, and had a difficult neck surgery. The center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Yaniv Levy, manager of the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, resuscitates a loggerhead sea turtle in critical condition, in Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The turtle, named Michelle after the fisherman who found her, was injured at the neck after being choked by a string at sea, and had a difficult neck surgery. The center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Yaniv Levy, manager of the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, resuscitates a loggerhead sea turtle in critical condition, in Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The turtle, named Michelle after the fisherman who found her, was injured at the neck after being choked by a string at sea, and had a difficult neck surgery. The center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Yaniv Levy, manager of the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, resuscitates a loggerhead sea turtle in critical condition, in Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The turtle, named Michelle after the fisherman who found her, was injured at the neck after being choked by a string at sea, and had a difficult neck surgery. The center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Yaniv Levy, manager of the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, resuscitates a loggerhead sea turtle in critical condition, in Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The turtle, named Michelle after the fisherman who found her, was injured at the neck after being choked by a string at sea, and had a difficult neck surgery. The center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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Yaniv Levy, manager of the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, resuscitates a loggerhead sea turtle in critical condition, in Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The turtle, named Michelle after the fisherman who found her, was injured at the neck after being choked by a string at sea, and had a difficult neck surgery. The center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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Yaniv Levy, manager of the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, resuscitates a loggerhead sea turtle, in critical condition, in Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The turtle, named Michelle after the fisherman who found her, was injured at the neck after being choked by a string at sea, and had a difficult neck surgery. The center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Yaniv Levy, manager of the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, resuscitates a loggerhead sea turtle, in critical condition, in Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The turtle, named Michelle after the fisherman who found her, was injured at the neck after being choked by a string at sea, and had a difficult neck surgery. The center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Yaniv Levy, manager of the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, resuscitates a loggerhead sea turtle, in critical condition, in Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The turtle, named Michelle after the fisherman who found her, was injured at the neck after being choked by a string at sea, and had a difficult neck surgery. The center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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Yaniv Levy, manager of the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, glues a satelite device to the shell of a green sea turtle in order to follow his movement and progress back at sea, after healing at the center, in Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Volunteers carry a large sea turtle during cleaning at the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, in Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The center rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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A large sea turtle peaks from the window of his pool at the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, in Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The center rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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A volunteer cleans the crab covered shell of a large sea turtle at the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, in Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The center rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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Workers move a large sea turtle into a pool at the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, in Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The center rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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Workers move a large sea turtle from his pool at the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, in Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The center rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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A volunteer cleans a large sea turtle in an emptied pool at the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, in Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The center rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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Workers weigh a large sea turtle in an emptied pool at the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, in Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The center rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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A volunteer cleans a sea turtle in an emptied pool at the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, in Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The center rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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A volunteer tends to a young green sea turtle at the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, in Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The center rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Volunteers clean a young green sea turtle at the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, in Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The center rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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A worker holds a young green sea turtle at the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, in Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The center rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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A worker measures a young loggerhead sea turtle at the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, a branch of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, in Mikhmoret, on September 18, 2017. The center rescues turtles from the sea and the beaches that were injured by boats, fishing, or pollution such as plastic bags and ropes. Turtles can often get tangled in strings and ropes left in the water resulting in the loss of limbs. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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