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Jan 22, As temperatures drop in Florida, so do the iguanas.
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With lows hitting the 30s and 40s in the Miami area Tuesday night, iguanas have become so cold that they slow down or become entirely immobile and fall from the trees, according to the National Weather Service Miami-South stumpfell.club: Ella Torres. Jan 04, MIAMI BEACH, Fla.
(AP) - It’s so cold in Florida that iguanas are falling from their perches in suburban trees. Temperatures dipped below 40 degrees Fahrenheit (5 degrees Celsius) early Thursday in parts of South Florida, according to the National Weather Service in stumpfell.clubted Reading Time: 2 mins. Jan 28, When temperatures dipped below 40 degrees in Florida last week, iguanas were stunned by the cold snap and fell from trees.
The National Weather Service even tweeted to watch out for falling iguanas. Jan 26, Torpor causes green iguanas to lose muscle control, and since they live in trees, they fall out of trees.
While the iguana warning might be slightly tongue-in-cheek, it's no joke.
A several pound iguana falling on your head would definitely get your attention. What Author: Frank Mazzotti. Jan 28, The green iguanas are an invasive species, stunned lifeless by South Florida’s occasional cold snaps, and they die if the chilly weather holds. The National Weather Service even tweeted to watch. Jan 21, Yes, iguanas can drop to the ground the same way as oranges fall from the Florida trees.
As folks living in South Florida are experiencing lows in the 40s this week, NWS Miami says iguanas. By AAP. am Jan 23, Residents in South Florida received an unusual weather warning this week, with temperatures plummeting so low that iguanas fell from the sky.
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