"That's a sea turtle doing what a sea turtle does," said Dave Cromwell, a worker who watched the turtle's new moves at Sea Turtle Inc., a Texas not-for-profit group that rehabilitates injured sea turtles.
The fin on the suit, which resembles a wetsuit covering about three-quarters of her body, acts like a rudder and gives her stability. Allison can change direction by varying the strokes of her front right flipper, the lone survivor in what rescuers believe was a shark attack.
Idiots ... Don't you realize what you've done? The Animal Uprising 2012 is upon us, and you're creating bionic suits to help them?!?
Thanks Geniuses ... Really, we here at AU2012.blogspot.com appreciate your efforts ... "Oh, lets save the poor sea turtles" ... make it a suit so that nature can't take its course, natural selection doesn't play any part, and GAMERA becomes a reality ...