Rescuers see a growing number of sea turtles affected by oil

While wildlife rescue efforts on the Gulf Coast have focused largely on oil-soaked birds, rare sea turtles are showing up in growing numbers in pools of oil throughout the affected area. The first step in saving the turtles: a dose of cod-liver oil and mayo to help their bodies get rid of the oil they've ingested.

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