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WA Today
It's 'raining' Iguanas in Floridacold snap also resulted in the deaths of many invasive Burmese pythons.) Iguan
WA Today / Posted 8 days ago
cold snap also resulted in the deaths of many invasive Burmese pythons.) Iguanas climb up trees to roost at night, said Ron Magill, communications director for Zoo Miami. "When the temperature goes down, they literally shut down, and they can... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
8-old boy struggling with cystic fibrosis gets special day at zooto help Ryland Gallagher from Colorado Springs get his wish to meet alligators
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 11 days ago
to help Ryland Gallagher from Colorado Springs get his wish to meet alligators and crocodiles. Friday morning, Zoo Miami's Ron Magill treated Ryland to a private tour where he got to hold alligators, crocodiles, lizards and even a 12-foot... Read more
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CBS News
Child with life-threatening disorder gets special day at Miami zooto help Ryland Gallagher from Colorado Springs get his wish to meet alligators
CBS News / Posted 12 days ago
to help Ryland Gallagher from Colorado Springs get his wish to meet alligators and crocodiles. Friday morning, Zoo Miami's Ron Magill treated Ryland to a private tour where he got to hold alligators, crocodiles, lizards and even a 12-foot... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
It was so cold in Florida iguanas were falling from the tree...frightened as they warm. "Like any wild animal it will try to defend itself,"
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 13 days ago
frightened as they warm. "Like any wild animal it will try to defend itself," she said. And there are cautionary tales. Ron Magill of the Miami Zoo told WPLG TV in 2010 about a man who collected sleeping iguanas and threw them into the back of... Read more
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Canberra Times
It's 'raining' Iguanas in Floridacold snap also resulted in the deaths of many invasive Burmese pythons.) Iguan
Canberra Times / Posted 14 days ago
cold snap also resulted in the deaths of many invasive Burmese pythons.) Iguanas climb up trees to roost at night, said Ron Magill, communications director for Zoo Miami. "When the temperature goes down, they literally shut down, and they can... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
It's raining Iguanas in Floridacold snap also resulted in the deaths of many invasive Burmese pythons.) Iguan
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
cold snap also resulted in the deaths of many invasive Burmese pythons.) Iguanas climb up trees to roost at night, said Ron Magill, communications director for Zoo Miami. "When the temperature goes down, they literally shut down, and they can... Read more
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The Age
It's raining Iguanas in Floridacold snap also resulted in the deaths of many invasive Burmese pythons.) Iguan
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
cold snap also resulted in the deaths of many invasive Burmese pythons.) Iguanas climb up trees to roost at night, said Ron Magill, communications director for Zoo Miami. "When the temperature goes down, they literally shut down, and they can... Read more
140 related articles
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WA Today
It's raining Iguanas in Floridacold snap also resulted in the deaths of many invasive Burmese pythons.) Iguan
WA Today / Posted 14 days ago
cold snap also resulted in the deaths of many invasive Burmese pythons.) Iguanas climb up trees to roost at night, said Ron Magill, communications director for Zoo Miami. "When the temperature goes down, they literally shut down, and they can... Read more
140 related articles
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Philly.com
Iguanas are falling out of trees in Florida because it's so coldfrightened as they warm. “Like any wild animal, it will try to defend itself,”
Philly.com / Posted 14 days ago
frightened as they warm. “Like any wild animal, it will try to defend itself,” she said. And there are cautionary tales. Ron Magill of the Miami Zoo told WPLG TV in 2010 about a man who collected sleeping iguanas and threw them into the back of... Read more
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Daily Mirror
'Bomb cyclone' hits US coast leaving icebergs in street and FROZEN poolsstunned by the cold. Experts warned concerned observers that the phenomenon do
Daily Mirror / Posted 14 days ago
stunned by the cold. Experts warned concerned observers that the phenomenon does not necessarily leave the critters dead. Ron Magill, a spokesman for Miami Zoo, said: "When the temperature goes down, they literally shut down, and they can no... Read more

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