Key West police help a loggerhead turtle, disoriented while laying eggs, cross South Roosevelt Boulevard early Thursday morning.
Key West police help a loggerhead turtle, disoriented while laying eggs, cross South Roosevelt Boulevard early Thursday morning. Key West police
Key West police help a loggerhead turtle, disoriented while laying eggs, cross South Roosevelt Boulevard early Thursday morning. Key West police

Why did the sea turtle cross the busy road? To lay eggs on the other side.

May 26, 2017 10:09 AM

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