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Night of the Frozen Iguana, Part I

It was the silly season, and iguanas fell from the trees in south Florida. The press were on top of it. As the NYTimes wrote,

When temperatures dip into the 30s and 40s, people from West Palm Beach to Miami know to be on the lookout for reptiles stunned — but not necessarily killed — by the cold. They can come back to life again when it warms up.

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As seen in the NYTimes.

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