The images of the rare albino turtles came to the surface, captivating spectators and lovers of marine life.
However, this tiny reptile, known as Nadezhda, has one big difference from most other turtles of albinos ̵
1; its heart is outside
Hope's owner, Mike Akilina, said that he cares for a tiny turtle in his home in New Jersey, after he received it from one of the breeders.
REFUSAL PHOTOS AFTER THE PROTECT PLASTIC ENTERPRISE
"Hope has affected my life so much that it really makes me emotional," said Aquilina in the comments received by Daily Mail. "She's so small and fragile, she's the most delicate thing, but she's fearless."
"People see this and she has so many people who care for her around the world," 29-year-old Akilin continued. "She spreads hope, and also gives me hope. Nadiya has changed my life for the better in such a short period of time."
Owner Michael Aquilina, known as AquaMike at Instagram, looked after Albino Pinkwell Sideneck at home in New Jersey, USA, after her friend Gerard sent her. (Credit: satisfying news)
The state has not yet received the name in veterinary medicine, although a similar condition known as ectopia cordis affects humans. This is evident in one of the 126,000 births, according to the Health Line.
Although his cause is not well known, it is believed that this may be due to chromosomal abnormalities, intrauterine drug exposure, or the rupture of the membrane or yolk sac. 19659005] Although most of the conditionally conditioned fetuses are stillborn (in some cases, some children experience the first few days and in one extremely rare case, the condition was recorded in the womb), hope functions. But Aquilina said she uses "common sense" and gives her extra care, including maintaining her "extra pure" water and handling her as soon as possible
Mutant bird with two heads still lives after 3 MONTHS  "I went for a more natural approach to being completely sterile," he said. The purpose is to keep its deformation clean, and its immune system is strong. I can not risk another tortoise, accidentally piercing her cavity of heart.
He added that she could be subjected to other tortoises when she was less susceptible to infection, but "[f]or now, she must live a bit
Her food and medical supplies are provided, which gives hope for swimming and enjoying her life, said Akvilina, adding that there are no current plans to fix the problem.