A loggerhead turtle that was washed up on a Jersey beach in January has been released into the wild.
Terri, as she has become known, was cared for by vets in Jersey before being flown to a specialist centre in Gran Canaria.
After nearly two months of specialist care, she has been released into the ocean, with spectators taking to the beach to see her off.
She has also had a satellite tag attached to her shell, so islanders can continue to track her movements.
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Terri the turtle has touched down in her new home Gran Canaria, after being flown there on a jet owned by Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson.
Terri the turtle is battling the odds to survive, vets have said they didn't think she would survive when she was washed up in Jersey.
An endangered sea turtle that washed up on a Jersey beach yesterday is in a critical condition at an island vets.