Minty in the tank he was raised in before he was big enough to be transferred to the main aquarium.
Lucky T in the main aquarium.
Torres in the tank he was raised in prior to being big enough for the big aquarium.
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Edit- As far as I can find, the cause of death is still undetermined. He was happy swimming around when staff left the aquarium one night, then when they arrived the next morning, he had passed. His colouring would have made him an easier target in the wild, but it is not believed he would have had a genetic weakness caused by the lack of pigment.
Minty was found when he was only one day old by Turtle Watch volunteers at Black's Beach in Mackay. While it is sad that he died young, he got 18 months longer than he would have in the wild, got to eat well, make friends and have a good life.
He also raised awareness of the need to look after sea turtles, as they are a species vulnerable to behaviour from humans. The volunteers who found him where watching the hatching site partly to try and prevent poaching. He was an ambassador for being good with your rubbish, as sea turtles run into trouble with plastic bags, thinking they are jellyfish, and the plastic rings from six-packs of drinks which get caught around flippers and necks.
ReefHQ sells a Minty soft toy, the profit of which goes towards the Turtle Rehabilitation Centre, where Minty was raised.