Sea Turtle ‘Jammer’ Finds Home at Brevard Zoo After Being Stranded on South Merritt Island

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received a CT scan a few days after intake and had an e-tube placed on August 20

Jammer, a juvenile green sea turtle, came to the Brevard Zoo on August 15 after being found in south Merritt Island. They received a CT scan a few days after intake and had an e-tube placed on August 20. (Brevard Zoo image)

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Jammer, a juvenile green sea turtle, came to the Brevard Zoo on August 15 after being found in south Merritt Island.

According to the Brevard Zoo, Jammer has a laceration across its skull from a boat propeller.

They received a CT scan a few days after intake and had an e-tube placed on August 20.

Jammer is currently in treatment at the Brevard Zoo.

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