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Rescued turtle's return to the sea made easier by child cheer squad

If you're familiar with the final scene from Free Willy, you'll know just how cathartic it is to watch an animal be returned to the wild from whence it came. The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park in Queensland, Australia, have documented one such heart-warming return of a rescued turtle named Summer.  More wonderful still is the fact that her release a horde of school children and their parents stood as witness to the release; cheering and clapping.
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