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The turtle “highway of death”



A mysterious phenomenon has been occurring on Riverwatch Parkway over the past year as scores of turtles have been getting run over while attempting to cross the concrete divided highway.

Zoya Kurago, who uses Riverwatch for her daily commute, says she began noticing the turtles last July when m...

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    • I would bet it’s the lights. If this parkway was built with wildlife in mind, there would be openings at ground level every 30 feet instead of the plethora of decorative lights. During ocean turtle egg-laying season on beaches people are required to turn off lights so they won’t get confused.

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