Lights Off! Sea Turtles Struggle On Bright Night Beaches
In Fort Lauderdale, sea turtle advocates still struggle to get some beachfront buildings to cooperate with laws limiting light at night -- light that can be deadly for sea turtle hatchlings. (Published Saturday, Aug. 21, 2010)
He also faces federal charges, including one count of violating the endangered species act.
Some cultures consider the eggs to be an aphrodisiac and they can also be baked for food and used for religious purposes. Authorities say they are sold for up $36 a dozen on the black market.
It was not immediately known if Coleman had attorney.