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It’s So Cold In Florida, Iguanas Are Falling From Trees

Temperatures in Utah are practically tropical compared to most winters, but it’s an entirely different story on the east coast.

We’ve been hearing stories about the east coast’s cyclone bomb which is basically a winter hurricane. We’ve already seen frozen sharks wash up on the beach.

 

 

And now there’s this

 

 

South Florida residents are reporting iguanas falling from trees due to the cold.

 

 

With temperatures in the 30’s and 40’s, the cold-blooded reptiles aren’t able to maintain a stable temperature. 

 

 

 

 

While they may appear dead, wildlife officials are warning locals not to touch the animals. They are likely stunned and will wake back up once they’re warm again. Iguanas can be very aggressive and will possibly bite or scratch if they feel threatened. 

 

 

 



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