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Turtles to test wireless network (AP) -

University of Massachusetts biologist Mike Jones uses duct tape to secure a GPS beacon to ithe back of a 40-pound snapping turtle for research purposes on June 25, 2007 in Deerfield, Mass.   'We're trying to get a better idea of their range, the routes they take and where they hibernate,' said Jones, who is working on a doctoral degree in biology. 'If you have that information for a good number of turtles, you can predict what their patterns will be for the next 50 years or so.' (AP/Nathan K. Martin)AP - From the way he thrashed his head, kicked and tried to make a getaway, M16 made it clear he didn't like human contact. But the researchers wrangling with him could be helping to save his species.



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