Poached Eggs - Lithograph

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Most folks know that sea turtles face a major threat: theft of their eggs. The major culprits? Raccoons. Female turtles dig out holes in the beach sand and lay their eggs above high tide. They then use their back legs to pull excavated sand back over the deposited eggs to conceal them, but often raccoons and other predators arrive first. The result? Poached eggs.
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ArtistCharley Harper
Print TypeLithograph
Image Size10 x 17
Paper/Frame Size13 x 20
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