With the temperatures falling below 40 degrees, South Florida's non-native iguanas have started falling from the skies...literally.
When temperatures drop below 40 degrees, these iguanas go into a state of hibernation. And if they're perched in a tree, and not gripped or balanced when that happens, down they come. Drivers in some neighborhoods have reported near misses on their cars from igaunas dropping into the streets.
Here's an ABC video with Ron Magill from Miami Metro Zoo: