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In an ambitious and unprecedented plan to save wildlife, volunteers in coming weeks will move tens of thousands of turtle eggs from oil-soaked Gulf of Mexico beaches to safety on Florida's Atlantic coast.
The eggs, which could number about 70,000, will be carefully hand-picked, placed in special containers, and driven in temperature-controlled FedEx trucks starting in mid-July, according to the company and rescue officials.
"There are about 700 nests in Florida and the affected area, and the