quote:Originally posted by mneeley490:quote:Originally posted by jorgerunfast:quote:Originally posted by Rothko:
The iguanas start dropping out of the trees down here with the cold weather. They go into hibernation if it gets cold enough, and then they die if it doesn't warm up. A lot died last year.
I heard that the same thing happened to a lot of the pythons in the Everglades.
The best story I heard from last year was about a guy who drove around his neighborhood collecting the iguanas on the ground (apparently they can be quite tasty). He put them all into the back of his station wagon. Well, a number of them weren't dead yet, and as they warmed up they all awoke in his car.
that's a good one.
i also heard several stories of people trying to "save" the iguanas. so they would collect them and put them in their bathrooms to warm up. a couple of hours later they had a bathroom full of live iguanas.
That just proves that iguanas and Darwinism are inexorably linked.