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Tue April 22, 2014
Humane Society asks Michigan drivers to watch out for turtles
Why did the turtle cross the road? The answer is that it is just that time of the year again. Michigan's turtles are hitting the roads to go and lay their eggs on the other side.
The Humane Society of Huron Valley is urging drivers to keep on the look out for these little guys making their way across our roads, and to avoid them as safely as possible. If the mood strikes you, get out and nudge them in the direction that they are headed.
"Michigan is home to 10 different species of turtles," the Humane Society said on Facebook, "so please help keep them safe."
--Paige Pfleger, Michigan Radio Newsroom