where she was found last november, to hertfordshire. six hours later, and the team at the royal veterinary college were preparing their unique patient. they have never seen an olive ridley here before. menai is the first to be spotted in british waters since records began almost 270 years ago. getting a sea turtle into the scanning machine is no easy task, but experts need to check her lungs were damaged. her lungs for damage. we can see her shell all around, and we can see her lungs, and we can see also that there is some gas, which is black, and that is outside her lungs, so it and is free gas, and that is potentially responsible for the buoyancy problem. staff caring for her anglesey had noticed that menai was unable to keep the lower the water.
restrict some hip and knee operations in worcestershire. they have been described as alarming. three counties want to cut down the number of procedures, but they insist they will continue to carry out more operations than other parts of the country. earlier, we heard from liam o'toole, ceo of arthritis research uk, who told is the impact on patients would be significant. we are concerned about this, we are concerned in general that society and the nhs doesn't really understand the enormous impact of conditions like osteoarthritis, and so, ithink conditions like osteoarthritis, and so, i think the important thing here to put the person at the centre of this, the people we are talking to an this situation have been in pain and suffering for a long time, not just a couple of weeks or a couple of months, but for many years. the impact on every aspect of their life is enormous. it's not every day that a rare tropical turtle washes up on a beach in wales.
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