Migrating sea turtles find empty beaches, a rare chance to thrive
Sea turtles are enjoying a rare break from humans as they return to beaches in the southeastern U.S. to nest.
MIAMI — Thousands of sea turtles are currently migrating to nesting grounds on beaches across the southeastern United States, just in time to enjoy a rare break from human interference as coronavirus lockdowns keep people indoors.
Experts interviewed by CBS News expect sea turtles to thrive amid the lack of human activity and pollution as beaches are deserted thanks to stay-at-home orders.
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