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Originally posted by LordTacos
Although animals have their own birth places that are deeply placed into their memories, I think we need to take those turtles or anything else that can be safely moved, to the eastern coast of the states and try to release them. It might be nice to see animals still be able to cope and set up the next years of their young, but with the oil, if they flee to that part of our sea, it's probable they won't survive. It might not be right to force them to release the young into the eastern coast and out of the gulf but they will most likely survive longer there. This is not something I would wish to have an intruding part in but I would rather them repopulate and change around the food chain in the open ocean than die for no reason in the gulf since nature always has a way to rebalance itself.