They lumber ashore, leaving deep tracks in the sand. They don’t eat at local restaurants or shop in stores, but these special “tourists” leave something more than their imprints in the sand – they leave the next generation of sea turtles. Florida beaches on the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico, are home to five turtle species, all included in the Endangered Species Act. One out of every 1,000 hatchlings reaches maturity.
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