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Virginia Living Museum Loggerhead Sea Turtle - RELEASING ABBY: VLM Aquarium Curator, Chris Crippen captured this underwater video of "Abby" being released on 10/17/13 20 miles off shore of the North Carolina Aquarium in Pine Knoll Shores. The turtle was tagged along with other turtles from other aquariums. "Abby" was the biggest weighing over 190 pounds. If all goes well we should be able to track the turtle as it migrates south ~ just search for ABBY http://www.seaturtle.org/tracking/

Virginia Living Museum Loggerhead Sea Turtle - RELEASING ABBY: VLM Aquarium Curator, Chris Crippen captured this underwater video of "Abby" being released on 10/17/13 20 miles off shore of the North Carolina Aquarium in Pine Knoll Shores. The turtle was tagged along with other turtles from other aquariums. "Abby" was the biggest weighing over 190 pounds. If all goes well we should be able to track the turtle as it migrates south ~ just search for ABBY http://www.seaturtle.org/tracking/

Shredder the sea turtle released in Va. Beach

Shredder the sea turtle released in Va. Beach

Nauticus, Norfolk, Virginia: 1 of 99 Top Adventure Attractions for Groups located in the South - Aquatic Category.

Nauticus, Norfolk, Virginia: 1 of 99 Top Adventure Attractions for Groups located in the South - Aquatic Category.

The loggerhead sea turtle is one of the largest reptiles found on earth today. The fact that 1 out of 100 may survive to adulthood is remarkable. They are survivors in a sea of change.  The name “loggerhead” comes from the species’ remarkably large head.  They have a body built for an aquatic life, with limbs like paddles. These flippers move and steer them through the water rapidly. They spend a lot of time sleeping. Our sea turtle likes to “wedge” itself under the pilings and take a…

The loggerhead sea turtle is one of the largest reptiles found on earth today. The fact that 1 out of 100 may survive to adulthood is remarkable. They are survivors in a sea of change. The name “loggerhead” comes from the species’ remarkably large head. They have a body built for an aquatic life, with limbs like paddles. These flippers move and steer them through the water rapidly. They spend a lot of time sleeping. Our sea turtle likes to “wedge” itself under the pilings and take a…

Cleaning the Sea Turtle Tank at Virginia Living Museum, Newport News VA

Newport News VA: An Ironclad Getaway

Cleaning the Sea Turtle Tank at Virginia Living Museum, Newport News VA

Five Heartwarming Destinations for Your Holidays « Virginia's Travel Blog

Five Heartwarming Destinations for Your Holidays « Virginia's Travel Blog

The Virginia Living Museum - photo courtesy of the Virginia Living Museum  http://thevlm.org/

The Virginia Living Museum - photo courtesy of the Virginia Living Museum http://thevlm.org/

Mariner's Museum - Newport News, Va.

Mariner's Museum - Newport News, Va.

Virginia Living Museum - need to take Carson  Newport News, VA

Virginia Living Museum - need to take Carson Newport News, VA

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