Joe Wasilewski releases a crocodile hatchling near the Florida Power & Light’s Turkey Point Nuclear Power Plant where they protect the crocodile and conduct research by counting their nests annually to record population changes near Florida City, Florida.Picture: Joe Raedle/Getty Images

Joe Wasilewski releases a crocodile hatchling near the Florida Power & Light’s Turkey Point Nuclear Power Plant where they protect the crocodile and conduct research by counting their nests annually to record population changes near Florida City, Florida.Picture: Joe Raedle/Getty Images

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