A hatchling makes its way to the ocean Wednesday morning on Fripp Island. So far this year, the Fripp Island Turtle Program has discovered 34 nests on the island.
A hatchling makes its way to the ocean Wednesday morning on Fripp Island. So far this year, the Fripp Island Turtle Program has discovered 34 nests on the island. Submitted photo
A hatchling makes its way to the ocean Wednesday morning on Fripp Island. So far this year, the Fripp Island Turtle Program has discovered 34 nests on the island. Submitted photo

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