The green sea turtle above weighs about 400 pounds. Without his foreleg flippers he is not releasable. He is well taken cared for and I believe happy in his habitat. He serves a vital role for us humans - in education and perhaps more importantly as an example of survival and living in what is becoming an increasingly ever more dangerous world for our wildlife.
This poor skinny Red Fox was getting our ducks at night. For a long time we did not know what predator was getting in until we trapped him. We ended giving this little guy our duck eggs by putting them in a special place in exchange for not eating our mother ducks. This arrangement worked for a long time and everyone was happy. We try to work with nature not against it.