Iguanas are Falling Out of Trees to Warm Up During Florida Cold Snap
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is on a rescue mission to save hundreds of sea turtles as temperatures dropped below 50 degrees. The freezing water prevents the reptiles from utilizing their muscles, so they wash ashore or float to the surface. Iguanas are also unable to "chill out" in this weather. They're falling out of trees and sunbathing, sometimes in the middle of the road, to warm up. InsideEdition.com's Lisa Voyticki has more.