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Stingrays continue reign of terror. Crush recovering

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  • Stingrays continue reign of terror. Crush recovering

    It seems like ever since the death of Steve Irwin, the media is really hyping these attacks now... no matter how small.

    You'd think they'd have something better to report.

    GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- A turtle is recovering in Gainesville after a stingray attack.


    The 122-pound loggerhead sea turtle underwent surgery at the University of Florida on Wednesday to remove a piece of stingray barb that broke off and lodged deep into the small of its back. A second surgery patched up the pierced intestines.


    Doctors said they expect the turtle to be released soon.
    Story at http://www.local6.com/spotlight/9848757/detail.html
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    Re: Stingrays continue reign of terror. Crush recovering

    Geebus, talk about slow news day.
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      Re: Stingrays continue reign of terror. Crush recovering

      Crikey! I hope he gets regular checkups at the shell station. Those sting rays "tortoise" all a lesson!

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        Re: Stingrays continue reign of terror. Crush recovering

        Originally posted by Frogberto View Post
        Crikey! I hope he gets regular checkups at the shell station. Those sting rays "tortoise" all a lesson!
        Worst! puns! ever!

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          Re: Stingrays continue reign of terror. Crush recovering

          Originally posted by Frogberto View Post
          Crikey! I hope he gets regular checkups at the shell station. Those sting rays "tortoise" all a lesson!

          Hooray for puns!

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            Re: Stingrays continue reign of terror. Crush recovering

            Originally posted by Melonballer View Post
            Hooray for puns!
            Don't get me wrong. I liked them. But they were awful.

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