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This morning we are going to be releasing a 103.
-- really catch links.
From 8 o'clock today -- that was found on the thirteenth of April at the -- on national seashore.
I think I -- turtles last night it.
Swimming away -- them.
Wouldn't miss it for anything we've lived here purpose pristine and we never had the opportunity.
Tennessee that Ridley sea turtles released.
So we're quite excited we wanted to -- perhaps even personals here.
Like I don't really hasn't because I -- I thank.
-- all -- and I like to see them going into the wild and be safe.
-- certainly is the most endangered sea turtle species in the world.
And we've been working for more than thirty years to try to help recover the population.
And form a secondary nesting colony this species here.
At the national seashore it's wonderful I can't believe those -- things can survive in -- -- It really -- and got away.
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