Why is there a “falling iguana” alert in Florida?

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Mudassir Ali 10 months 1 Answer 116 views

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  1. The temperatures in Florida have been unseasonably cold this week, dropping to the low 40s and even high 30s. Since iguanas are cold blooded, they become lethargic, stiff, and immobile when temperatures drop that low, and thus have begun falling from the trees. This does not, however, mean they are dead.

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