Hilton Head Island's Noa Baldonado is shown here  Monday afternoon on the rocky shore behind his family's house on Hilton  Head Plantation. Baldonado led a two-day effort last week to rescue  hundreds of horseshoe crabs stuck in the rocks.
Hilton Head Island's Noa Baldonado is shown here Monday afternoon on the rocky shore behind his family's house on Hilton Head Plantation. Baldonado led a two-day effort last week to rescue hundreds of horseshoe crabs stuck in the rocks. Sarah Welliver
Hilton Head Island's Noa Baldonado is shown here Monday afternoon on the rocky shore behind his family's house on Hilton Head Plantation. Baldonado led a two-day effort last week to rescue hundreds of horseshoe crabs stuck in the rocks. Sarah Welliver

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