Wow. It actually happened.
Temperatures in South Florida over the weekend got cold enough to slow down the iguanas, and someone caught it on video. Because green iguanas are cold-blooded reptiles, their body temperatures adjust to the environment around them. So when it gets cold out, so do the iguanas.
But when the iguanas do stop in place, they aren’t dead. They are very much alive. They warm up when the Sun comes out.
Here’s the video a South Florida man recorded.
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