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              In this photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, veterinarian Dr. Doug Mader, left, ultrasounds an endangered hawksbill sea turtle at the Florida Keys-based Turtle Hospital, Sund

    In this photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, veterinarian Dr. Doug Mader, left, ultrasounds an endangered hawksbill sea turtle at the Florida Keys-based Turtle Hospital, Sund

    Posted: 9/2/2012 6:28:17 PM EST
    In this photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, veterinarian Dr. Doug Mader, left, ultrasounds an endangered hawksbill sea turtle at the Florida Keys-based Turtle Hospital, Sunday, Sept. 2, 2012, in Marathon, Fla. The female reptile, laden with eggs, was discovered on a St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands beach Aug. 24, just after Tropical Storm Isaac brushed the Virgin Islands. Hospital staff hope to save the turtle and hatch any fertile eggs with the goal of returning them all to St. Croix . (AP Photo/Florida Keys News Bureau, Andy Newman)
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              In this photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, veterinarian Dr. Doug Mader, center, ultrasounds an endangered hawksbill sea turtle at the Florida Keys-based Turtle Hospital, Su

    In this photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, veterinarian Dr. Doug Mader, center, ultrasounds an endangered hawksbill sea turtle at the Florida Keys-based Turtle Hospital, Su

    Posted: 9/2/2012 6:28:17 PM EST
    In this photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, veterinarian Dr. Doug Mader, center, ultrasounds an endangered hawksbill sea turtle at the Florida Keys-based Turtle Hospital, Sunday, Sept. 2, 2012, in Marathon, Fla. The female reptile, laden with eggs, was discovered on a St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands beach Aug. 24, just after Tropical Storm Isaac brushed the Virgin Islands. Hospital staff hope to save the turtle and hatch any fertile eggs with the goal of returning them all to St. Croix. (AP Photo/Florida Keys News Bureau, Andy Newman)
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    Posted: 4/20/2012 5:35:49 PM EST
    In this Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012 photo, a worker gives a cardiac ultrasound to 9-year-old orangutan named Satu, at Zoo Atlanta, in Atlanta. A groundbreaking national project housed at Zoo Atlanta is researching heart disease in orangutans through the world?s first awake ultrasounds on the rust-colored apes. (AP Photo/Dorie Turner)
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    Posted: 4/20/2012 5:35:49 PM EST
    In this Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012 photo, workers draw blood from a 28-year-old orangutan named Madu, at Zoo Atlanta, in Atlanta. A groundbreaking national project housed at Zoo Atlanta is researching heart disease in orangutans through the world?s first awake ultrasounds on the rust-colored apes. (AP Photo/Dorie Turner)
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    Posted: 4/20/2012 5:35:49 PM EST
    In this Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012 photo, an orangutans eat and play at Zoo Atlanta, in Atlanta. A groundbreaking national project housed at Zoo Atlanta is researching heart disease in orangutans through the world?s first awake ultrasounds on the rust-colored apes. (AP Photo/Dorie Turner)
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    Posted: 4/20/2012 5:35:48 PM EST
    In this Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012 photo, an orangutan eats at Zoo Atlanta, in Atlanta. A groundbreaking national project housed at Zoo Atlanta is researching heart disease in orangutans through the world?s first awake ultrasounds on the rust-colored apes. (AP Photo/Dorie Turner)
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    Posted: 4/20/2012 5:35:48 PM EST
    In this Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012 photo, an orangutan eats at Zoo Atlanta, in Atlanta. A groundbreaking national project housed at Zoo Atlanta is researching heart disease in orangutans through the world?s first awake ultrasounds on the rust-colored apes. (AP Photo/Dorie Turner)
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    Posted: 3/2/2012 2:30:47 PM EST
    In this Wednesday, Feb. 29, 2012 photo, Dr. Curtis Boyd explains the two different ultrasound devices used to examine pregnant women's developing fetus at his clinic in Dallas, Texas. When lawmakers take aim at abortion, they draw on an ever-growing arsenal of restrictions and mandates imposed on women, doctors and clinics. But do these measures reduce abortions? It's a question with no simple answer. Boyd said ultrasounds are routinely performed before abortions. But he resents a mandate being imposed by legislators and says his patients - many of them already mothers - are unlikely to change their mind due to an ultrasound. (AP Photo/LM Otero)
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    Posted: 3/2/2012 2:30:47 PM EST
    In this Wednesday, Feb. 29, 2012 photo, Dr. Curtis Boyd explains the two different ultrasound devices used to examine pregnant women's developing fetus at his clinic in Dallas, Texas. At left is a transvaginal ultrasound device and at right is a topical ultrasound. When lawmakers take aim at abortion, they draw on an ever-growing arsenal of restrictions and mandates imposed on women, doctors and clinics. But do these measures reduce abortions? It's a question with no simple answer. Boyd said ultrasounds are routinely performed before abortions. But he resents a mandate being imposed by legislators and says his patients - many of them already mothers - are unlikely to change their mind due to an ultrasound. (AP Photo/LM Otero)