A juvenile female loggerhead sea turtle swims in it's old tank at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida on May 7, 2010. The turtle was moved to a larger 2,000-gallon Patch Reef aquarium after being weighed and measured. As the turtle approaches adulthood in a few years, the Conservancy will release the turtle back into the wild. Greg Kahn/Staff

Photo by GREG KAHN

A juvenile female loggerhead sea turtle swims in it's old tank at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida on May 7, 2010. The turtle was moved to a larger 2,000-gallon Patch Reef aquarium after being weighed and measured. As the turtle approaches adulthood in a few years, the Conservancy will release the turtle back into the wild. Greg Kahn/Staff

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