Parts of the Sunshine State saw their second snowfall of the season this weekend, with the extended cold spells killing off a host of tropical intruders, including iguanas, Burmese and African pythons and invasive fish.
State wildlife officials said more than half of the green iguanas, which are native to South America, could have been killed off. “The iguanas up in the trees just got so cold, they kind of went very, very sluggish, and just fell down,” said Jenny Tinnell, a biologist with Florida’s Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
Residents of south Florida, who have discovered the animals on their patios, have tried to warm them back to life.
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