The low temperatures stun the invasive reptiles, but the iguanas won't necessarily die.
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. Jan 23, Iguanas falling from trees in Florida Close. When temperatures drop, south Florida's iguana population goes into shock, sending many of the lizards plummeting to the ground.
Iguanas falling. Jan 23, G. Iguanas falling from trees in Florida. Close. When temperatures drop, south Florida's iguana population goes into shock, sending many of.
Jan 23, Play Video Iguanas are falling from trees in south Florida as unusually low temperatures sweep through the region. The invasive species can become sluggish when the temperature drops below 50F. Jan 22, Cold-stunned iguanas fall from South Florida trees. The National Weather Service issued a warning about the cold-blooded creatures due to Author: Ella Torres.
Jan 05, Florida residents have been stunned to find iguanas falling out of trees, where unusually cold temperatures are causing their bodies to shut down. Oct 21, EMBED More News Videos Subdegree temperatures in Florida have immobilized iguanas, causing them to fall from trees and lay belly-up.
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