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July 25, 2008

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JamieSue

Yeah, I looked into that on the internet and that is true, but I've checked the sand and it's still pretty hot under there because the air under the wheelbarrow is also being warmed by the sun. If anything, it might be warmer than it should be. If I get rid of the wheelbarrow, the eggs will be gone. every day the sand around the wheelbarrow has digging marks in it from birds and raccoons and such who would really like those tasty eggs.

Mark

Agh, get rid of the wheelbarrow!! I am pretty sure that the shade will not be good for the baby turtles. The sun needs to warm the sand to keep the eggs a proper temperature for incubation. I am no turtle scientist, but I think this is probably true.

tessa

that was so cool! it's like watching the animal planet in your own backyard.

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