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To be Hard-wired to lay their eggs in the vicinity of the ponds where they were born, the western painted turtles are crossing the roads, and is severely injured.
Think twice before you get that old bra.
A wildlife rescue in North Carolina, urging the women to remove their bra clasps in order for them to help the turtles with no shells. Carolina Waterfowl Rescue located in Indian Trail, put their case on Facebook and on Saturday.
THE WOMAN CLAIMS TO BE A TIGHT UNDERWIRE BRAS CAUSED A HUGE CYST, GAPING HOLE IN THE CHEST
Whether worn or not, the agency will ask the women to remove them from the eye, the locks of the fastening devices, and e-mail them in. The purpose of locks, according to the group, and the rescue of the employee’s Keenan Freitas, in essence, help out the thread on the shell of the turtle back together again.
Carolina Waterfowl Rescue says that they are already seeing as many as 40 turtles per week during the past month. The non-profit organization, which is saying a lot of them are run over by cars, lawn mowers and boats.
An animal rehabilitation group in Iowa that originally had the idea of saying, ‘ it takes advantage of the hardware, along with a small zip-ties in order to help the sea turtles to heal from their broken shells.
The North Carolina-based group is urging people to send in their old bras to buy and the clasps on their Amazon wish list if anyone is willing to buy them.
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“If we are plus size bras that are in good shape, donate them to a shelter. The ones that are no longer useful, we will recycle the battery. So, please, don’t make negative comments about how we can make things to take from the needy to women. We can do both of these things!!” the group, he said.
For more information about the Carolina Waterfowl can be found on the Facebook page.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.