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    Katie Pepin, a wildlife specialist at The Center for Wildlife in Cape Neddick, cleans a wound on a painted turtle on Sept. 28, 2017. The turtle was hit by a car in York in June, and brought in to the center to recover.

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    Sarah Kern, an education and outreach coordinator at The Center for Wildlife in Cape Neddick, checks on a Blanding's turtle that was hit by a car in Farmington, NH.

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    Sarah Boyden, a biologist with Maine Department of Transportation, conducts a roadkill survey along a section of Route 236 in Eliot where the DOT wants a turtle crossing.

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    A Blanding's turtle that was hit by a car in Farmington, N.H., recovers in its enclosure at The Center for Wildlife in Cape Neddick.

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    Vehicles pass on a section of Route 236 in Eliot where the Maine Department of Transportation plans to build a turtle crossing.

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    Katie Pepin, a wildlife specialist at The Center for Wildlife in Cape Neddick, cleans a wound on a painted turtle on September 28, 2017. The turtle was brought in to the center after being hit by a car in York in June.

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    Sarah Boyden, a biologist with Maine Department of Transportation, conducts a roadkill survey along a section of Route 236 in Eliot where the DOT plans to build a turtle crossing to protect endangered Blanding's turtles in the area.

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