Texas sea turtles released back into sea after cold front easeson February 26, 2021 at 7:31 pm

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Thousands of “cold-stunned” turtles were rescued as temperatures dropped to record lows this month.

Thousands of cold-stunned turtles were rescued as temperatures dropped to record lows in Texas this month. Now they are being returned to Gulf of Mexico.

Sea turtles are vulnerable to cold waters, which hinders their movement.

“They’ll drown in the water if not rescued,” said Wendy Knight of the non-profit Sea Turtle Inc.

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