Michael R. Brown, Associated Press
Kristine Wall, left, Tyla Wall, grandmother Kay Wall and Lisa Wall, from Titusville, Fla., help as the National Marine Fisheries Service and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission release 39 loggerhead turtles into the Indian River Monday morning. The turtles had been used in research for development of Turtle Excluder Devices used by the commercial shrimp industry.

Kristine Wall, left, Tyla Wall, grandmother Kay Wall and Lisa Wall, from Titusville, Fla., help as the National Marine Fisheries Service and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission release 39 loggerhead turtles into the Indian River Monday morning. The turtles had been used in research for development of Turtle Excluder Devices used by the commercial shrimp industry.