Diese zauberhaften kleinen Schildkröten verschönern euch den Start in den Tag. Versprochen.

Knapp 600 kleine Baby-Schildkröten haben Mitarbeiter eines Marine-Reservats in die Freiheit entlassen. Sie sollen nun erwachsen werden, Nester bauen und sich fortpflanzen. Bilder einer Nestflucht.

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Eine Baby-Schildkröte, kurz vor der Freiheit. © Joe Raedle/Getty Images

Hinaus in die Freiheit! Mitarbeiter und Wissenschaftler des Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, Freiwillige und amerikanische Coast Guards haben fast 600 Baby-Schildkröten ins Meer entlassen, vor allem Unechte Karettschildkröten. Fotograf Joe Raedle hat sie dabei begleitet und eine Bilderserie der kleinen Schwimmer mitgebracht. Die sollen nun im Atlantischen Ozean Nester bauen und ein gutes Schildkrötenleben führen.

BOCA RATON, FL - JULY 27:  A Loggerhead hatchling swims in the water as more  than 570 sea turtle hatchlings, including the Loggerhead and Green turtles, are released back into the Atlantic Ocean in a joint effort between the United States Coast Guard and the Gumbo-Limbo Nature Center on July 27, 2015 in Boca Raton, Florida. The sea turtle hatchlings come from turtle nests located along beaches throughout Florida, which are the primary nesting grounds for Loggerhead sea turtles.  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Endlich frei! Aber bis dahin war es ein langer Weg – über den Ozean hinweg, nicht hindurch. © Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
BOCA RATON, FL - JULY 27: Sydney Jimenez, a Marine Turtle Specialist, transfers some of the more than 570 baby sea turtles, including the Loggerhead and Green turtles, into a box before they are taken out and released into the Atlantic Ocean in a joint effort between the Coast Guard and the Gumbo-Limbo Nature Center on July 27, 2015 in Boca Raton, Florida. The sea turtles hatchlings come from turtle nests located along beaches throughout Florida, which are the primary nesting grounds for Loggerhead sea turtles.  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Alle Mann klar zum Abmarsch?! Die junge Schildkrötenexpertin Sydney Jimenez fischt die kleinen Schildkröten aus ihrem Becken. © Joe Raedle/Getty Images
BOCA RATON, FL - JULY 27:  Sydney Jimenez, a Marine Turtle Specialist, transfers some of the more than 570 baby sea turtles, including the Loggerhead and Green turtles, into a box before they are taken out and released into the Atlantic Ocean in a joint effort between the Coast Guard and the Gumbo-Limbo Nature Center on July 27, 2015 in Boca Raton, Florida. The sea turtles hatchlings come from turtle nests located along beaches throughout Florida, which are the primary nesting grounds for Loggerhead sea turtles.  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Sieht ungemütlich aus? Macht den Tierchen aber nichts. © Joe Raedle/Getty Images
BOCA RATON, FL - JULY 27:  Sydney Jimenez, a Marine Turtle Specialist, carries some of the more than 570 baby sea turtles, including the Loggerhead and Green turtles,  before they are taken out and released into the Atlantic Ocean in a joint effort between the Coast Guard and the Gumbo-Limbo Nature Center on July 27, 2015 in Boca Raton, Florida. The sea turtles hatchlings come from turtle nests located along beaches throughout Florida, which are the primary nesting grounds for Loggerhead sea turtles.  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Die Schildkröten waren in der Naturstation aufgewachsen. Nun sind sie groß gent für ihre große Reise. Die beginnt allerdings in Boxen. © Joe Raedle/Getty Images
BOCA RATON, FL - JULY 27:  Some of the more than 570 baby sea turtles, including the Loggerhead and Green turtles, are seen before they are released into the Atlantic Ocean in a joint effort between the Coast Guard and the Gumbo-Limbo Nature Center on July 27, 2015 in Boca Raton, Florida. The sea turtles hatchlings come from turtle nests located along beaches throughout Florida, which are the primary nesting grounds for Loggerhead sea turtles.  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Bald haben die Kleinen viel mehr Platz. © Joe Raedle/Getty Images
BOCA RATON, FL - JULY 27:  U.S. Coast Guard LTJG Jessica Shafer  (2nd R) helps marine turtle specialists load onto the boat boxes of some of more than 570 baby sea turtles, including the Loggerhead and Green turtles, as they prepare to release them into the Atlantic Ocean in a joint effort between the Coast Guard and the Gumbo-Limbo Nature Center on July 27, 2015 in Boca Raton, Florida. The sea turtles hatchlings come from turtle nests located along beaches throughout Florida, which are the primary nesting grounds for Loggerhead sea turtles.  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Wissenschaftler, Coast Guard und Freiwillige müssen die Schildkröten vor der Hitze Floridas schützen. © Joe Raedle/Getty Images
BOCA RATON, FL - JULY 27:  Laurie Herrick (L) and David Anderson, both Marine Turtle Specialists, release some of the more than 570 baby sea turtles including the Loggerhead and Green turtles into the Atlantic Ocean in a joint effort between the Coast Guard and the Gumbo-Limbo Nature Center on July 27, 2015 in Boca Raton, Florida. The sea turtles hatchlings come from turtle nests located along beaches throughout Florida, which are the primary nesting grounds for Loggerhead sea turtles.  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Die Schildkröten-Experten Laurie Herrick und David Anderson, werfen die rund 570 Baby-Schildkröten in den Atlantischen Ozean. Das ist okay so – die Kleinen können schließlich schwimmen. © Joe Raedle/Getty Images
BOCA RATON, FL - JULY 27:  David Anderson, a Marine Turtle Specialist, prepares to release a Loggerhead turtle as it joins more than 570 baby sea turtles including the Loggerhead and Green turtles being released back into the Atlantic Ocean in a joint effort between the Coast Guard and the Gumbo-Limbo Nature Center on July 27, 2015 in Boca Raton, Florida. The sea turtles hatchlings come from turtle nests located along beaches throughout Florida, which are the primary nesting grounds for Loggerhead sea turtles.  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Diese Schildkröten kennt eigentlich jeder: Die Unechten Karettschildkröten sind verbreitet – und auch schon in Filmen aufgetreten. Schildkrötenspezialist David Anderson wirft eine ins Meer. © Joe Raedle/Getty Images
BOCA RATON, FL - JULY 27:  A Loggerhead hatchling swims in the water as more  than 570 sea turtle hatchlings, including the Loggerhead and Green turtles, are released back into the Atlantic Ocean in a joint effort between the United States Coast Guard and the Gumbo-Limbo Nature Center on July 27, 2015 in Boca Raton, Florida. The sea turtle hatchlings come from turtle nests located along beaches throughout Florida, which are the primary nesting grounds for Loggerhead sea turtles.  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Im Ozean sind die Schildkröten frei, zu schwimmen wohin es sie treibt. © Joe Raedle/Getty Images
BOCA RATON, FL - JULY 27:  Some of the more than 570 baby sea turtles, including the Loggerhead and Green turtles, are seen before they are released into the Atlantic Ocean in a joint effort between the Coast Guard and the Gumbo-Limbo Nature Center on July 27, 2015 in Boca Raton, Florida. The sea turtles hatchlings come from turtle nests located along beaches throughout Florida, which are the primary nesting grounds for Loggerhead sea turtles.  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Mit den gemeinsamen Abenden im Becken ist es damit allerdings auch vorbei. Ist vielleicht ganz gut so. © Joe Raedle/Getty Images