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Jan 22, Iguanas in South Florida became immobilized Jan. 22 when temperatures dropped to 39 degrees. The animals, though cold-blooded, stiffen when temperatures dip. Jan 21, Video. News.

The cold-blooded lizards slow down and even become immobile in colder weather, the weather service explained.

Iguanas Fall From Trees in South Florida as Temperatures Drop. By Jan Wesner Childs January 22, At a Glance. Temperatures dropped into the 30s and 40s in South Florida. Jan 22, Cold-stunned iguanas fall from South Florida trees. The National Weather Service issued a warning about the cold-blooded creatures due to Author: Ella Torres.

Jan 29, MIAMI - Mango season may be months away, but if you live in South Florida, your trees may have recently been ripe for the picking - of iguanas.

Miami International Airport officially recorded a low temperature of 40 degrees Wednesday morning.

Iguana meat, dubbed"chicken of the trees. Jan 22, Meteorologist Ginger Zee even shared a video of a cold-stunned iguana tumbling from a tree. A similar cold snap in also made it"rain iguanas" in Florida.

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