The Bomb Cyclone has hit, and it is affecting everyone up the East Coast including Florida. The iguanas that live in Florida are getting so cold that they are literally falling out of trees.
According to the Washington Post officials say that while they may look frozen, they are not. They also say not to pick them up.
Maxine Bentzel, a reporter at CBS12 News, suggested that “iguanas have a good chance of thawing out if you move them into the sun.”
The experts would prefer you didn’t.
Sommers said the reptiles could become frightened as they warm.
“Like any wild animal, it will try to defend itself,” she said.
The scene at my backyard swimming pool this 40-degree South Florida morning: A frozen iguana. pic.twitter.com/SufdQI0QBx— Frank Cerabino (@FranklyFlorida) January 4, 2018