Volunteers Rush to Move Turtle Eggs From Gulf to Atlantic

For those that do survive the move, less than 1,000 will reach adulthood, which means that of those 70,000 eggs taken to Florida, just a handful will grow old enough to breed the next generation.

"The option is losing them or doing something with them, so I think the experiment is right," Solangi said.

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