In this May 2, 2013 photo, a leatherback turtle uses her rear 

In this May 2, 2013 photo, a leatherback turtle uses her rear flippers to bury her eggs in the sand at daybreak on a narrow strip of beach in Grande Riviere, Trinidad. Experts have even long estimated that just 1 in 1,000 eggs will result in an adult turtle. The number of leatherbacks on this tropical beach has rebounded in spectacular fashion.  Researchers now consider the beach at Grand Riviere, alongside a river that flows into the Atlantic, the most densely nested site for the leatherbacks in the world.  (AP Photo/David McFadden)
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In this May 2, 2013 photo, a leatherback turtle uses her rear flippers to bury her eggs in the sand at daybreak on a narrow strip of beach in Grande Riviere, Trinidad. Experts have even long estimated that just 1 in 1,000 eggs will result in an adult turtle. The number of leatherbacks on this tropical beach has rebounded in spectacular fashion. Researchers now consider the beach at Grand Riviere, alongside a river that flows into the Atlantic, the most densely nested site for the leatherbacks in the world. (AP Photo/David McFadden)
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