Let's Explore Diabetes With Owls - Essays 6, 7, and 8 Summary & Analysis

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“Loggerheads” - This essay begins with the author’s recollection of inspiring encounters with wildlife while on vacation, one of which involved coming face-to-face with a sea turtle while diving (with Hugh) near Hawaii. This leads him into a reminiscence about a childhood experience with his friend Shaun. One of the things he and Shaun regularly did together, he says, was collect wild animals and attempt to domesticate them, attempts which, the author says, usually failed because the animals were all fed the same diet (raw ground beef), no matter what they were. He then describes how, while on an outing with Shaun and his family, he and Shaun found a nest of newly hatched sea turtles and each took five home. He describes his efforts to feed them and play with them, all of which failed.

He also describes how, while attempting...

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