|Sea turtles' survival depends on us|
|Written by John Muir|
|Sunday, December 30 2007|
Loggerhead sea turtles begin life with the odds stacked against them --
only one hatchling in 1,000 will live to adulthood.
Now scientists worry those already slim chances of survival are getting worse, possibly as a result of outdated fishing practices, as they track what some see as signs of a population in decline.
For more, read the Orlando Sentinel article .
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