After laying between 100 and 150 eggs, a brief spa day and some “bling” added to her shell, Amie the loggerhead sea turtle made a quick crawl back into the Gulf of Mexico Tuesday morning.The bling didn’t come cheaply — a satellite transmitter worth thousands was adhered to her back by Anna Maria Island Turtle Watch and the Sea Turtle Conservancy. It will help scientists determine where turtles that lay their eggs on Anna Maria Island mate and migrate and other spots they might nest.

Source: Anna Maria Island Sea Turtle Watch starts satellite tracking loggerhead turtle’s movements | Local News | Bradenton Herald
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