The National Weather Service’s Miami office tweeted that falling temperatures could cause the cold-blooded creatures in foliage to slow down and become immobile. Photo: TNS The National Weather Service’s Miami office tweeted that falling temperatures could cause the cold-blooded creatures in foliage to slow down and become immobile. Photo: TNS
The National Weather Service’s Miami office tweeted that falling temperatures could cause the cold-blooded creatures in foliage to slow down and become immobile. Photo: TNS
Animals

It’s so cold in Florida that iguanas fall out of trees

  • Low temperatures stun the invasive reptiles, but the iguanas won’t necessarily die

Topic |   Animals
The National Weather Service’s Miami office tweeted that falling temperatures could cause the cold-blooded creatures in foliage to slow down and become immobile. Photo: TNS The National Weather Service’s Miami office tweeted that falling temperatures could cause the cold-blooded creatures in foliage to slow down and become immobile. Photo: TNS
The National Weather Service’s Miami office tweeted that falling temperatures could cause the cold-blooded creatures in foliage to slow down and become immobile. Photo: TNS
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