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LEGO® wheelchair keeps injured turtle on the move

Lego wheelchair for a turtle

German veterinarian Carsten Plischke used LEGO® bricks of his son to create a device that would help make the life of a little turtle a full life for the time of recovery and rehabilitation.

Iris Peste, the owner of a male turtle named Blade, brought the animal to the veterinary clinic after it noticed that it could no longer hold itself on its paws. Apparently, in addition to other health problems, because of the growth disorder, Blade's legs were weakened. Fortunately, the original wheelchair from the LEGO® bricks, which Dr. Plishka built, will be needed for the turtle only for a while until it is strong enough to move independently.

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