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The East End’s Native Turtles

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One of the most common turtles to Long Island is the diamondback terrapin.    TERRY SULLIVAN

One of the most common turtles to Long Island is the diamondback terrapin. TERRY SULLIVAN

One of the most common turtles to Long Island is the diamondback terrapin.    TERRY SULLIVAN

One of the most common turtles to Long Island is the diamondback terrapin. TERRY SULLIVAN

One of the most common turtles to Long Island is the diamondback terrapin.    TERRY SULLIVAN

One of the most common turtles to Long Island is the diamondback terrapin. TERRY SULLIVAN

One of the most common turtles to Long Island is the diamondback terrapin.    TERRY SULLIVAN

One of the most common turtles to Long Island is the diamondback terrapin. TERRY SULLIVAN

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Nature Naturally

  • Publication: East Hampton Press
  • Published on: Jul 19, 2022
  • Columnist: Larry Penny
In last week’s Community section, we saw how two preteen girls saved a diamondback terrapin in Sag Harbor in 2018 [“Sisters From Sag Harbor Release Turtle They Found Injured In... more

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