Monday, January 19, 2009

Is that an Iguana that just fell on my head?

It's so cold. How cold is it?
Iguanas are falling from trees.

The Fort Myers News-Press - "According to Collier County Domestic Animal Services control supervisor Dana Alger, Iguana reports traditionally rise when temperatures drop, as the reptiles seek to warm themselves on asphalt surfaces such as sidewalks, roads and driveways.

Most of the Iguanas were once pets that got released when they got too big. The reptiles can grow up to six feet long."

Hat tip, Where's my Global Warming Dude?

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