Frozen reptiles do not die, they breathe but cannot move.
In the state of Florida due to abnormal colds suffer iguanas that literally fall from trees from hypothermia.
Reptiles do not die, they breathe but cannot move.
According to environmentalists, it is not recommended to touch the frozen iguanas, as they may feel threatened and bite when their body temperature rises.
Iguana as a cold-blooded animal is not able to maintain body temperature, it uses the temperature of the external environment.