With its pristine beaches and natural surroundings, New York City’s iconic Hudson River park is a perfect place to take a swim, kayak, or bike in.
But, for a species of sea turtle that’s only found in New York, it’s also a breeding ground for the disease that has killed off hundreds of thousands of the animals since it first surfaced in the 1970s.
New York City parks department announced that the new park, which opened in 2015, is home for a rare type of turtle that can lay eggs only in the Hudson River.
The park will be open for six months, during which time a population of the sea turtle will be monitored and monitored for the presence of the disease, which was discovered by scientists in the early 1970s and only recently came to light.
It is the first time in history that the population of sea turtles in the United States has been so heavily affected by the disease.
Scientists have been trying to figure out how sea turtles got into the park and what caused the disease to spread, but they say the only clue is that the turtles are breeding in the park.
“It’s a rare disease, and only about 15 percent of turtles in New England are known to be infected,” said Tommy Koehler, a biologist at the National Aquarium of the Pacific.
The city has also been trying to find a way to slow down the spread of the illness. “
But if you look at the nesting populations, they’re really doing well, and there’s no evidence to suggest there’s anything else out there.”
The city has also been trying to find a way to slow down the spread of the illness.
In September, it announced that the city would take steps to curb the spread, which will include restricting the number of people who can bring in turtles.
This will also include introducing fish and fishing towers into the waters surrounding the park, as well as closing all trails within the park to prevent turtles from getting stuck.
But the turtles will still be allowed to return to the waters of the river during the breeding season.
The city’s efforts have already begun to slow the spread.
According to the New York Times, the New York Department of Environmental Conservation recently announced a pilot program to reduce the number of people who bring in sea turtles into the Hudson.
The program will allow people to bring in one turtle for every three people who live in the city, up from one turtle per person for every four people.
The plan also will allow the city to limit turtles to a maximum of 100 per day from the nesting areas of the park to the trailing areas.