- Tumor-Causing Fibropapillomatosis Afflicts Green Sea Turtles In Florida
- An increasing number of green sea turtles in Florida continue to suffer from a mysterious tumor-causing disease called fibropapillomatosis.
- Seven 'Cold-Stunned' Sea Turtles Rescued In Florida, Four In Need Of Tumor
- Unfortunately, the seven individuals were found amid others that had already died from the cold.
- Turtle herpes virus could make its way up the East Coast
- The herpes virus, fibropapillomatosis, tends to turn up mostly among green sea turtles. It can range from a mild tumor on the skin to a cluster of internal and external tumors that cripple the turtle's ability to feed, swim or see.
- Young sea turtles rescued from frigid waters off Florida coast
- Zirkelbach says four were already eating and will undergo surgeries to remove tumors caused by fibropapillomatosis, a herpes virus specific to sea turtles. Full recovery could take up to two years.
- New sea turtle hospital now providing local treatment
- A recent addition to Marineland's Whitney Laboratory, the county's first sea turtle hospital treats fibropapillomatosis, a life-threatening virus afflicting growing numbers of sea turtles.
Fibropapillomatosis is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Fibropapillomatosis books and related discussion.
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