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Leatherback Turtle

Posted By Katherine C. Obermeyer, Tuesday, June 10, 2008
The leatherback turtle lays its eggs on the beaches of South Florida, and is known as the largest living reptile in the world.  They return to the same beach where they were born.  These beaches are now inhabited, and the sea turtles' nests become disrupted by humans. 

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