Medium sized green sea turtle with FP tumors and fishing lines wrapped around the neck and front flippers.
I was able to cut away about 60% of the line before she decided she had enough of me and swam off.
Green sea turtle with considerable FP tumors. One eye appeared to be completely covered with tumor growth. Visible algae growth on the shell. Turtle was resting inside an underwater cave, surfacing about every 20mins to breathe.
A medium sized (about 3ft nose to tail) female green sea turtle with several small tumors on the face, neck and flipper. One of two turtles with FP tumors observed within 20 feet of one another.
Second of two turtles with FP tumors at this location. Another female, slightly smaller in size than the first with smaller tumors around the eyes: a small one on the rearmost portion around the right eye, a larger one around the left eye, that was blocking vision to the left side and left rear of the animal. Unlike many turtles that I have seen with FP tumors, this one was having it's shell actively cleaned by several species of surgeon fishes.
Possibly the same turtle that I observed at the same location on 4/25/12 (obvs#70433).