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“I’m very happy. I live up north and see a lot of turtles getting hit.” Tasha Urbanchic, ArtSci ’14
“I’m very happy. I live up north and see a lot of turtles getting hit.” Tasha Urbanchic, ArtSci ’14
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“If turtles are getting hit, I’m glad [the City] is doing something about it.” Jill Beckley, ArtSci ’16
“If turtles are getting hit, I’m glad [the City] is doing something about it.” Jill Beckley, ArtSci ’16
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“Turtles are great creatures that we need to protect.” Kassia Malis, Nurs ’17
“Turtles are great creatures that we need to protect.” Kassia Malis, Nurs ’17
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“[The fund] is valuable because I heard the [snapping turtles] are endangered.” Sue Ahn, PhD ’16
“[The fund] is valuable because I heard the [snapping turtles] are endangered.” Sue Ahn, PhD ’16
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“Turtle conservation is very important for the region’s ecology.” Kass Khalaj, PhD ’16
“Turtle conservation is very important for the region’s ecology.” Kass Khalaj, PhD ’16
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