On Tuesday the National Weather Service in Miami issued a warning through Twitter that told those in the area to watch out for falling iguanas, which is a byproduct of temperatures dropping way lower than those in the area are used to.
Weirder still the lower temperatures simply stun the lizards, which gives them the appearance of being dead, though that's not necessarily true. With temperatures said to warm up on Wednesday, many of the animals are expected to wake up and move on with their lives.
The AP adds that iguanas are neither dangerous nor aggressive towards people, though you'd still probably be scared shitless if one fell on your head or in your cleavage or whatever. I mean...check this out:
Male iguanas can grow to be more than six feet long (that counts the tail) and can weigh up to 20 pounds. They're not supposed to be native to South Florida, but they've been there since the late '60s and have seen their numbers climb considerably since then.