(WSVN) - As temperatures come down, so do the iguanas.

As South Florida experiences degrees in the 40s, cold-stunned iguanas could fall from trees.

They are still alive, but their cold blood and the cold temperatures don’t mix well, which causes them to enter a frozen state.

As the temperatures start to climb, the iguanas will begin moving again.

If you see one from a safe distance, please email images of them to senditto7@wsvn.com or post with the hashtag #senditto7.

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