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EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES (MAY 21, 2010) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF ALLIGATORS IN THE FLORIDA EVERGLADES ALLIGATOR SNAPPING HIS JAW IN THE WATER WASHINGTON DC, UNITED STATES (MAY 19, 2010) (REUTERS) (SOUNDBITE) (English) COLONEL ALFRED PANTANO, US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, SAYING: "The concerns we have as we get into it, in terms of timing, is that we are getting ready to get into sea turtle nesting season, and that's a tremendous deal in the state of Florida. Florida has clearly got some of the largest populations of sea turtles in the world. This window, May through July, is a very important period for that. We have a lot of rules put in place for when you can dredge and when you can't dredge, all those kinds of things, because we build everything around protecting that species and allowing it to flourish and multiply. Obviously oil in any form in and around the beaches will impact those sea turtles." EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES (MAY 21, 2010) (REUTERS) LARGE ALLIGATOR EMERGING FROM THE WATER IN THE EVERGLADES WASHINGTON DC, UNITED STATES (MAY 19, 2010) (REUTERS) (SOUNDBITE) (English) STEPHEN DAVIS, WETLAND ECOLOGIST, EVERGLADES FOUNDATION, SAYING: "Our concerns is that this leak will eventually make it's way down to the Florida Keys where it could makes its way into Florida Bay and up into the Florida coastline effecting mangroves, seagrass and coral reef ecosystems and the organisms that inhabit those ecosystems. What we're primarily concerned about are the toxic effects of this oil on the life and the ecosystems in those areas." EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES (MAY 21, 2010) (REUTERS) CAGE USED TO HOLD BAIT FOR SCIENTIFIC EXPERIMENTS IN THE EVERGLADES RAT USED TO BY BIOLOGISTS TO LURE SNAKES IN THE EVERGLADES PLAQUE ON CAGE INDICATING IT BELONGS TO THE US GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BURMESE PYTHON CONTROL PROJECT IN THE EVERGLADES WASHINGTON DC, UNITED STATES (MAY 19, 2010) (REUTERS) (SOUNDBITE) (English) STEPHEN DAVIS, WETLAND ECOLOGIST, EVERGLADES FOUNDATION, SAYING: "The models currently project that we would be looking at something in the Florida Keys in approximately a week, a week and a half to two weeks. The delayed effects, or the lingering effects, could last for years. Some organisms, especially with longer life spans, like sea turtles, their numbers could be impacted for decades." EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES (MAY 21, 2010) (REUTERS) BIOLOGIST IN DENSELY WOODED AREA OF THE FLORIDA EVERGLADES
Dateline: 2010

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