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22,in Surfside, Fla. The National Weather Service Miami posted Tuesday on its official Twitter that residents shouldn't be surprised if they see iguanas falling from trees. 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.

Jan 22, The National Weather Service routinely warns people about falling rain, snow and hail, but temperatures are dropping so low in South Florida the forecasters warned residents Tuesday about falling. Feb 03, Iguanas falling from trees or lying 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.

With temperatures in the 40s in places like Miami, some iguanas are falling out of trees while in a dormant state. The iguanas don't get hurt in the fall. Nov 08, Wildlife officers say green iguanas are one of Florida's most destructive invasive species destroying shrubs, trees, fruit and landscape plants. Generally, they are not a threat to people or pets.

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.

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