While residents of Tallahassee, Florida (USA) had to endure snowfall, other Florida residents witnessed freezing lizard rain.
The cold-blooded lizard is an invasive species in Florida. They like to make their homes on tree branches. Ron Magill, wildlife expert and director of communications for the Miami Zoo, said:
“When the temperature drops, the lizards are no longer in the trees, but they are still at home. When the weather warms up, they do. back to the tree”.
But all of that was for nothing when Florida was hit by a lizard rain in 2008.