Endangered green sea turtles may be making a comeback in the U.S. Pacific

Tallying how many of these reptiles are swimming in the sea raises hopes for the species

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SEA CHANGE  A green sea turtle swims near the Hawaiian island of Maui. A new sea survey there and around other U.S. territories in the Pacific raises hopes that the numbers of these endangered reptiles are rising.

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