Yes. If a turtle is exposed to cold for long enough then its tissues may freeze, resulting in frostbite. This may happen due to unseasonably cold air or waters in a turtle’s environment. Such was the case in Florida last January, where over 4,500 sea turtles were rescued from the inhospitable climate.
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