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The Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach is preparing to release another sea turtle, named Aquaman back into the ocean this Thursday, February 21st.

Aquaman is a large juvenile green sea turtle that was found in the Lake Worth Lagoon in North Palm Beach in January 2018. The sea turtle arrived at the research and rehabilitation center with a fishing line entangled around its left front flipper. The Center carefully removed the line and the wound was treated with a therapeutic laser and some honey. The sea turtle also received antibiotics and was monitored closely throughout the last year.

Thursday, Aquaman will be released back into the ocean. Activities for the release will start at 10:30 am, where the center will explain the history and journey

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Fall is officially here, but it's still hot enough to enjoy our beaches and many water activities on the sunny South Florida coast. From a relaxing kayak paddle on the river to swimming with sharks in the deep blue, there's something for every water-lover in Palm Beach County.

1. Go kayaking at one of these parks

Kayaking is one of the most tranquil activities to experience on the water. You can go tandem with a friend in a two-seater or you can go alone and listen to some tunes on a bluetooth speaker. Kayaking puts you super close to the water's surface, so you can see manatees, dolphins and turtles swim right up next to you. Some of the best places to rent a vessel and take a refreshing paddle include Peanut Island, Okeeheelee Park, Jonathan

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