Saturday, January 09, 2010

Frozen Iguanas

This reporter from ABC News in Broward County Florida finds cold iguanas falling from threes.

It turns out that when the temperature drops below 40 degrees F, the iguanas go into a type of hibernation and fall out of the trees.


Hat tip to Weazel Zippers.

1 comment:

Melissa said...

I found a frozen tree frog on our porch that fell off the window (he was in froggy crouch position). I couldn't decide if he froze or dried out from the cold.

I'm gonna go with froze, a frog-pop amuses me more.