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Jan 23, Frozen iguanas have been falling from trees in Florida after plunging temperatures caused them to stiffen-up and lose their grip on branches. The cold-blooded lizards slow down or become immobile when temperatures drop to 4C (40F). The National Weather Service (NWS) in Miami posted a warning about the falling creatures on bushfalling.barted Reading Time: 2 mins.
Jan 24, Falling Iguanas. A stunned iguana lies in the grass at Cherry Creek Park in Oakland Park, Fla., Wednesday, Jan.
22, The National Weather Service Author: Tori Floyd. 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 to get sluggish around temperatures of 50 Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. Jan 21, The concern for people in South Florida is that these iguanas often sleep in trees, so when their bodies go dormant, they appear to fall from the sky onto streets, cars, pools, or even people Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins.