We’ve heard of the saying “it’s raining cats and dogs”, but what about it’s raining iguanas?

Residents in Florida, North America, have been warned that they may experience some strange goings-on over the next few days. Low temperatures have been forecast, meaning the local iguanas may appear to be falling from the sky.

Iguanas spend a lot of their time in trees, especially when they are sleeping. When the temperatures are low, they hibernate, or ‘freeze’. As they freeze, they become stunned and often fall out of the trees.

Once the weather warms up, the iguanas will awaken – with no harm done.

Find out more about the falling iguanas here.

Rachel Smith
Rachel Smith is a huge animal lover and has always been passionate about the wellbeing of pets. She currently has a rescue dog, Stewie and a corn snake, Samson, but has experience of looking after various different pets over the years.

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