Federal wildlife experts release baby sea turtles despite oil

07/25/2010 | Yahoo!

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and National Park Service are moving forward with their plan to release Kemp's ridley turtle hatchlings into the Gulf of Mexico, hoping that BP will have cleaned up the oil by the time the animals reach the coastal waters. The plan's advocates say holding the reptiles in captivity at a critical stage in their lives could prove more dangerous than the oil about 400 miles away.

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