Frozen iguanas have been falling from trees in Florida after plunging temperatures caused them to stiffen-up and lose their grip on branches.The cold-blooded lizards slow down or become immobile when temperatures drop to 4C (40F). Yesterday, there was news no one believed…iguanas falling out of the sky due to cold temperatures. Here is a video sent by my friends at Redline Iguana Removal. #iguanas #FloridaWinter pic.twitter.com/8FUy2bVvpR— Elina Shirazi (@elinashirazi) January 22, 2020The National Weather Service (NWS) in Miami posted a warning about the falling creatures on Tuesday. NWS wrote on Twitter: “This isn’t something we usually forecast, but don’t be surprised if you see iguanas falling from trees tonight as lows drop into the 30s and 40s. Brrrr!”The service added in a graphic with the post: “They may fall from trees, but they are not dead.” It’s well documented that South Florida’s iguana population goes into shock when temperatures dip below 50 degrees, sending many of these invasive lizards plummeting to the ground.The Bone Lee hot sauce company shared a video of one its employees picking up a frozen iguana on Wednesday. The employee says in the video: “Hey, you OK? You don’t look very good.