ISLAMORADA – After six weeks of rehab at Marathon’s Turtle Hospital, an adolescent sea turtle was returned to its home on Sunday.

Found in late May floating off the Upper Keys, the 105 pound reptile was lethargic and could not dive.

Good Samaritans recovered the turtle and it was transported to The Turtle Hospital. Hospital officials used antibiotic therapy and the turtle, nicknamed “Goody,” quickly recovered. Subsequent medical tests and evaluations indicated the reptile was ready for release.

About 75 Keys residents and visitors showed up for the release at Anne’s Beach in Islamorada.

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