Coast Guard helps release turtles in Florida Keys

US Coast Guard have helped release two endangered sea turtles, named Emma and Bubbles, off the coast of Florida into the wild. The turtles were rescued in June and rehabilitated at the Turtle Hospital in Marathon.

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