Volunteers rush to rescue over 2,500 sea turtles off Texas coast | TheHill

Over 2,500 sea turtles have been rescued by volunteers on South Padre Island, Texas, after record low temperatures have stunned the area amid winter storm Uri. 
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2 thoughts on “Volunteers rush to rescue over 2,500 sea turtles off Texas coast | TheHill”

  1. Oh heavens, those poor things! Ever since I heard about the turtle run on South Padre Island, that’s become one of the things on my bucket list to see (or participate in if they need volunteers in some capacity). Sheesh–I can only imagine the damage to the population if they didn’t take action, and what that would do for Gulf habitat!

    Thanks for posting this.

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