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Green iguanas, like most reptiles, are coldblooded animals, so they become immobile when the temperature falls to a certain level, said Kristen Sommers of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.



Jan 22, An iguana lies draped on a tree, Jan. 22,in Surfside, Fla. The NWS assured the public that the lizards, which are cold blooded, are not dead. Iguanas are not native to Florida and considered an invasive species, according to the state's Fish and Wildlife Conversation treefelling.pw: Ella Torres.

Jan 04, Iguanas Are Falling Out of Trees in South Florida, But Please Don't Pick Them Up HERMAN WONG, THE WASHINGTON POST 6 JANUARY On Thursday morning, Frank Cerabino, a columnist for the Palm Beach Post, woke up to degree ( degrees Celsius) weather and was greeted by a"frozen iguana" lounging by his pool in Boca treefelling.pwted Reading Time: 4 mins. Jan 22, Iguanas in South Florida became immobilized Jan. 22 when temperatures dropped to 39 degrees.





The animals, though cold-blooded, stiffen when temperatures dip. Iguanas are falling out of trees in South Florida due to the cold weather. Watch later. Share.



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Copy link. Info. Shopping. Tap to unmute. If playback doesn't begin shortly, try restarting your. With temperatures in the 40s in places like Miami, some iguanas are falling out of trees while in a dormant state.

The iguanas don't get hurt in the fall. Jan 22, Cold-stunned iguanas falling from Florida trees The National Weather Service routinely warns people about falling rain, snow and hail, but temperatures are dropping so low in South Florida the forecasters are warning residents about falling iguanas By.





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