Zoo Miami treats shark-bitten sea turtle with eggs

A female loggerhead sea turtle was brought to Zoo Miami for emergency treatment following a shark bite.

On May 22, Zoo Miami got a call from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission about a huge female loggerhead turtle 

The 50-year-old sea turtle was brought to Zoo Miami's newly built Sea Turtle Hospital, which had just passed inspection.

The 388-pound lizard arrived without much of her left front flipper, Zoo Miami said. 

By Tuesday morning, Baymax had laid over 100 eggs, which were carefully gathered and placed in a man-made nest with FWC consent.

Though some eggs were originally implanted in water and unlikely to hatch, there's still hope that others are viable and will hatch.

What extinct megalodon? Perhaps the big white shark.