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August 21, 2012
South Carolina United Turtle Enthusiasts (SCUTE), head coordinator Phil Schneider removes a protective...
PAWLEYS ISLAND, UNITED STATES
SCUTE head coordinator Phil Schneider removes a protective fencing before a nest inventory on Pawleys...
South Carolina United Turtle Enthusiasts (SCUTE), head coordinator Phil Schneider removes a protective fencing before a nest inventory on Pawleys Island, South Carolina August 10, 2012. According to SCUTE, 70% of the eggs hatch and go out to sea where their organization and their volunteers work. The number one predator to the eggs are ghost crabs. Turtle volunteers walk the area's beaches along South Carolina's coast daily during the nesting season, looking for signs of turtle activity and keeping tabs on the progress of the endangered species of turtles that lay their eggs along the coast. Photo taken August 10, 2012. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
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