One of the world's rarest turtles is showing small signs of recovery after washing up on the Welsh coast, 4,000 miles away from its home in the Gulf of Mexico. The Anglesey Sea Zoo, where the Kemp's Ridley sea turtle is being cared for, has named the turtle Tally, and is using a purpose built incubator to gradually bring Tally up to its natural temperature. Kemp's Ridley turtles are critically endangered, having almost gone extinct in the 1980s. Ashley and Samantha James' border collie found Tally on Talacre beach; without them, the zoo says, Tally would "almost certainly have died".

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