Frozen Iguanas Falling from Trees in Florida
According to WPLG 10, however, the iguanas falling from trees aren't deadâ€”their frozen reaction is more akin to hibernation than out-and-out death. As soon as temperatures warm up, the iguanas will revive.
Implications - According to scientists, these lizards are in no way suicidal. Their dramatic tumbles are a result of the unusually cold, record-breaking climate in Southern Florida right now, which is breaking habits for lizards who are accustomed to temperatures in the 80s and 90s.Stats for Odd Climate Consequences Trending: Older & Warm
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