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Juvenile green turtle US Virgin Islands - Photo courtesy of DuBose Griffin  Volunteers protecting nest -  Photo courtesy of Lisa Scarano Loggerhead hatchlings emerging from nest - Photo courtesy of Barbara Bergwerf Loggerhead hatchling - Photo courtesy of Barbara Bergwerf Loggerhead hatchling tracks post-emergence - Photo courtesy of Lisa Scarano Juvenile hawksbill- Photo courtesy of seaturtle.org, Caroline Rogers Adult female Kemp's ridley nesting - Photo courtesy of Mary and Phil Schneider Adult female leatherback turtle - Photo courtesy of Scott Eckert SC volunteer locates loggerhead nest - Photo courtesy of Betsy Brabson Rehabilitated adult loggerhead - Photo courtesy of Barbara Bergwerf Loggerhead and green juvenile comparison - Photo courtesy of Barbara Bergwerf Rehabilitated Kemp's ridley - Photo courtesy of Barbara Bergwerf  Juvenile green turtle in captivity - Photo courtesy of Barbara Bergwerf Loggerhead hatchling crawls to the sea - Photo courtesy of Barbara Bergwerf Loggerhead nest on Folly Beach, SC - Photo courtesy of follyturtles.com, Paul Christopher Loggerhead nest on North Island, SC - Photo courtesy of Betsy Brabson Released loggerhead crawling to ocean - Photo courtesy of Barbara Bergwerf Loggerhead hatchling returning to ocean - Photo courtesy of Betsy Brabson Volunteers conducting a nest inventory - Photo courtesy of Betsy Brabson Loggerhead nesting on Hunting Island State Park - Photo courtesy of seaturtle.org, Sy Commanday Loggerhead laying nest - Photo courtesy of SCDNR, Tom Murphy Loggerhead returning to ocean after nesting - Photo courtesy of follyturtles.com, Simeon Carson Released loggerhead surfacing for breath - Photo courtesy of Barbara Bergwerf Loggerhead hatchling almost to water - Photo courtesy of Betsy Brabson Before and after rehabilitation comparison - Photo courtesy of Barbara Bergwerf