Feature Photography - TimStepien
011310 - BOCA RATON - FLORIDA - The recent cold front dropped Florida temperatures into the 20's and 30's and wreaked havoc on the states reptile population.  Pictured here are green sea turtles most of which were saved from the cold waters of the intracoastal. As of Wednesday, Gumbo Limbo had processed over 100 turtles and there were said to be 2000 statewide in the same situation.  The cold stunned turtles are seen being released into the ocean at Red Reef Park by Gumbo Limbo staff and volunteers. pictured is Kirt Rusenko, a marine conservation scientist at the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center in Boca Raton.   Photo by Tim Stepien

011310 - BOCA RATON - FLORIDA - The recent cold front dropped Florida temperatures into the 20's and 30's and wreaked havoc on the states reptile population. Pictured here are green sea turtles most of which were saved from the cold waters of the intracoastal. As of Wednesday, Gumbo Limbo had processed over 100 turtles and there were said to be 2000 statewide in the same situation. The cold stunned turtles are seen being released into the ocean at Red Reef Park by Gumbo Limbo staff and volunteers. pictured is Kirt Rusenko, a marine conservation scientist at the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center in Boca Raton. Photo by Tim Stepien