Endangered sea turtle gets a check-up
The Boston Globe / Boston.com
Hiller, an endangered Kemp's Ridley sea turtle, got ready for an MRI at Massachusetts Veterinary Referral Hospital in Woburn with the help of hospital technician Abby Faherty and New England Aquarium biologist Sheila Sinclaire. Hiller, who will be scanned for bone density problems, was found stranded and stunned by the cold in November, 2005, on Cape Cod. He has been recuperating at the New England Aquarium since then.
Hiller, an endangered Kemp's Ridley sea turtle, got ready for an MRI at Massachusetts Veterinary Referral Hospital in Woburn with the help of hospital technician Abby Faherty and New England Aquarium biologist Sheila Sinclaire.

Hiller, who will be scanned for bone density problems, was found stranded and stunned by the cold in November, 2005, on Cape Cod. He has been recuperating at the New England Aquarium since then.
(Globe Staff Photo / David L. Ryan)