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STONE HARBOR, NJ - JULY 11: Covered in mud and hunting for snails, a student participates in a summer Wetlands Institute program to teach kids about wildlife and plant life in and around the wetlands July 11, 2003 in Stone Harbor, New Jersey. The Jersey Shore, a 127 mile stretch of coastline known for its variety of beaches, boardwalks, small towns, natural beauty and summer crowds, has been a popular summer destination for over a century. (Photo By Amy Toensing)
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STONE HARBOR, NJ - JULY 11: Covered in mud and hunting for snails, a student participates in a summer Wetlands Institute program to teach kids about wildlife and plant life in and around the wetlands July 11, 2003 in Stone Harbor, New Jersey. The Jersey Shore, a 127 mile stretch of coastline known for its variety of beaches, boardwalks, small towns, natural beauty and summer crowds, has been a popular summer destination for over a century. (Photo By Amy Toensing)