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The voice of the turtle

Retired biologist Dennis Chase addresses a crowd of interested youngsters and their families about turtles at Peachtree City Library’s “Terrific Turtles Two: Fayette’s Freshwater Turtles” last Saturday morning. Chase, Harold Wahlquist, formerly of U.S. Fish and Wildlife, and Connie Haynes, a wildlife rehabilitator, discussed wildlife and water quality, turtle death traps, captive care of turtles, and turtle die-offs. Photo/Michael Boylan.

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