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This species of lizard gets its name from the ridged scales that run.

Jan 22, An iguana lies draped on a tree, Jan. 22,in Surfside, Fla. The NWS assured the public that the lizards, which are cold blooded, are not dead. Iguanas are not native to Florida and considered an invasive species, according to the state's Fish and Wildlife Conversation Ella Torres. Jan 23, Jan -- Colder than usual weather in South Florida has been causing iguanas to fall from shrubdisposal.pwg: Goldenrod FL. Jan 22, “Iguanas are cold blooded. They slow down or become immobile when temps drop into the 40s ( Celsius).

They may fall from the trees, but they’re not dead” the weather service said. Jan 23, Residents of south Florida are on alert for falling reptiles as the temperatures in the region drop. Reports of iguanas falling from trees have come from several cities in Florida, where temperatures have reached below 10°C (50°F).

The cold-blooded reptiles appear to be frozen stiff, or laying on the ground after falling from tree branches. Feb 03, Iguanas falling from trees or laying on the ground lifeless aren’t dead, they’re just cold. Green iguanas are non-native to Florida and are considered to be an invasive species. Dec 26, Temperatures are expected to drop even further in South Florida on Saturday - so low, in fact, that the National Weather Service is warning that iguanas could fall from the trees.

Iguanas. Jan 23, An iguana immobilized from cold temperatures lays on grass in West Palm Beach, Florida, U.S., on Wednesday, Jan. 22, Cold-stunned iguanas fell from trees in South Florida Wednesday morning as temperatures in Miami hit 40 degrees and wind chills reached in the 20s and 30s in South Florida, The National Weather Service reported. Jan 22, Florida residents warned to watch out for iguanas falling from the sky.

The National Weather Service warns that the lizards that could fall out of trees.

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