Watch out for falling iguanas!
It does happen here in South Florida almost on an annual basis. Iguanas do fall from the trees.
When the temperatures dip into the 40s, an iguanas system shuts down, and any of them holding up in the trees may fall.
Many of them will be revived as the temperatures rise during the day and they bask in the sunshine, but some could perish as the extended hours of cold we are experiencing may be a little longer than the shut down can handle.
Iguanas are not native species to South Florida but rather began to inhabit our landscape like so many other creatures as released pets. The temperatures do get colder here then they are normally used to in their native lands and their bodies react with this screen-saver feature.
"How cold is it? It's so cold, it starts raining iguanas."
See, up north, I hear, it rains cats and dogs, some times.
Here, in the Winter, it rains Iguanas and tarantulas and snakes and...