Small animals and curious beachgoers are two of the biggest threats to turtle nests on Hilton Head Island like this one, which was found damaged by a dog last week.
Small animals and curious beachgoers are two of the biggest threats to turtle nests on Hilton Head Island like this one, which was found damaged by a dog last week. Photo courtesy of Amber Kuehn.
Small animals and curious beachgoers are two of the biggest threats to turtle nests on Hilton Head Island like this one, which was found damaged by a dog last week. Photo courtesy of Amber Kuehn.

Curiosity, animals threaten Hilton Head turtle nests

September 02, 2013 08:26 PM

UPDATED September 03, 2013 02:54 PM

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