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They've been in South Florida since the s, but their numbers have increased.

Jan 22, An iguana lies draped on a tree, Jan. 22,in Surfside, Fla. The NWS assured the public that the lizards, which are cold blooded, are not dead. Iguanas are not native to Florida and considered an invasive species, according to the state's Fish and Wildlife Conversation Ella Torres.

Nov 09, 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 Email: [email protected] Dec 23, Cold Florida weather causing iguanas to fall from trees (CNN) The National Weather Service in Miami is calling for"falling iguanas" in its holiday forecast.

Jan 21, Their population has exploded during several recent years of warmer-than-usual weather. Cold-stunned iguanas fell from trees in South Florida. Jan 04, It's so cold in Florida that iguanas are falling from their perches in suburban trees.

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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.

Jan 22, MIAMI (AP) - The National Weather Service routinely warns people about falling rain, snow and hail, but temperatures are dropping so low in South Florida the.

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