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Jan 22, As temperatures drop in Florida, so do the iguanas. 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 bushcutting.bar: Ella Torres. Dec 23, Florida is set to have the coldest Christmas in 21 years, which could result in cold stunned iguanas falling from trees.
The reptile's body goes dormant in temperatures below 45 degrees. Jan 22, Iguanas are falling out of trees in Florida because it's so cold. Please don't pick them up Iguanas on a plane: WestJet flight grounded in Toronto after reptiles lost aboard the aircraft. Jan 22, 22 January Last updated at Getty Images.
The National Weather Service (NWS) in Florida in America has been warning that frozen iguanas are expected to fall from trees. Dec 23, Temperatures in South Florida are expected to drop into the to degree range on Christmas Day and into the weekend, creating conditions that may cause iguanas to suddenly drop out of trees.
Dec 24, Cold-stunned iguanas fall from South Florida trees The National Weather Service issued a warning about the cold-blooded creatures due to chilly weather moving through the area. The Associated Press. Jan 06, But perhaps the oddest of all is happening in Florida, where it’s so cold that iguanas are falling out of trees, frozen. Cold-blooded iguanas begin. Jan 22, Now, Floridians have one more thing to worry about: falling iguanas.
In a tweet Tuesday morning, the National Weather Service of Miami informed residents that as temperatures dropped into the 30s and 40s during the night, iguanas were likely to fall out of the trees, stunned - but still alive.