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Turtle has a new spring in his step

Thursday, January 06, 2011 - 01:34

Jan 6 - A turtle, who was run over by lawn mower, regains mobility thanks to a set of wheels. Sharon Reich reports.

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Things are looking up -- because that's hurdle. With the help of doctors at an Israeli animal hospital he has a new set of wheels to help him get around. Veterinarian merely angry mr. Here right here because. His. Show was fractured. And Nationalists. Practice because of a lawnmower. And replace humans he lived in probably in somebody's backyard. And I accidentally. Ran over. In the hospitals biko was treated for infection that spread under -- -- but doctors say that over time he became a mobile and had difficulty eating. Hospital staff decided that what's -- needed was a wheelchair. This is why don't want to. -- wheels to Paterno says he won't drag himself and what happens is also this lakes becoming -- when he tracked him. He himself and also that -- this becomes fractures and this could be contaminated and will damage him. In the future. And -- says that's because liked his new -- so much that the original prototype have to be replaced with a stronger set of wheels. Red -- rehabilitation can be quite lengthy but it looks like speak out won't be lying idle as he recuperates. Sharon writes Reuters.

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Turtle has a new spring in his step

Thursday, January 06, 2011 - 01:34