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  • How to handle a frozen iguana

    In this January 7, 2010, video Sherry L. Schlueter, Executive Director of the Wildlife Care Center in Ft. Lauderdale, explains how to handle a frozen iguana. With temperatures dipping near freezing, these non-native reptiles can't handle the cold and their scaly bodies shut down until they are able to warm up again.

How to handle a frozen iguana

In this January 7, 2010, video Sherry L. Schlueter, Executive Director of the Wildlife Care Center in Ft. Lauderdale, explains how to handle a frozen iguana. With temperatures dipping near freezing, these non-native reptiles can't handle the cold and their scaly bodies shut down until they are able to warm up again.
Walter Michot Miami Herald Staff