This 2008 photo provided by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, loggerhead sea turtle hatchlings are seen on Sapelo Island, Ga. Georgia wildlife officials are saying for the first time that loggerhead sea turtles are recovering along the state's coast after more than 24 years of ups and downs for the threatened species. Department of Natural Resources biologist Mark Dodd said Thursday the giant turtles laid a record number of nests on Georgia beaches for the third straight year this summer. (AP Photo/Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Adam Mackinnon)
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