FPL crocodile Biologist Mario Aldecoa holds hatchlings found around Turkey Point’s 6,700-acre cooling canals.
FPL crocodile Biologist Mario Aldecoa holds hatchlings found around Turkey Point’s 6,700-acre cooling canals. Florida Power and Light Courtesy of
FPL crocodile Biologist Mario Aldecoa holds hatchlings found around Turkey Point’s 6,700-acre cooling canals. Florida Power and Light Courtesy of

Turkey Point canals may be too salty for nesting crocs

October 29, 2015 03:00 AM

UPDATED October 29, 2015 06:31 PM

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