The extreme cold weather in South Florida brought about an unexpected phenomenon: iguanas were dropping out of the trees en masse!
When the temperature falls below a certain level, the large green lizards drop out of the trees and litter the ground. [...]
It was raining iguanas at Bill Baggs Thursday morning. There were a couple underneath buttonwood trees and a third beneath a sea grape. All were about 30 yards from the beach, in the coastal hammock.
''We have found dozens on the bike path after a major cold snap,'' said Yero. ``When they warm up in the sun, they come back to life.''
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