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National Weather Service warns of falling iguanas

Terrel L. Shields

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Subsequently, these reptiles have established breeding groups and proliferated very successfully in the subtropical climate of south west Florida."
Maybe someone can find some little old ladies to knit them little sweaters...lots of little old ladies in SW Florida
 

Pittsburgh Pete

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Which will come as a surprise to the rest of the diurnal iguanas in Florida................

From the Charlotte County Florida Government Portal: "Recent observation has concluded that Charlotte County Florida has new exotic and invasive residents. These residents include the common green iguana (Iguana iguana), black spiny-tailed iguana (C. similis), and Mexican spiny-tailed iguana (Ctenosaura pectinata). Their inhabitation of south Florida is believed to be a result of accidental importation on ships, as well as pet iguanas escaping or being released. Subsequently, these reptiles have established breeding groups and proliferated very successfully in the subtropical climate of south west Florida."
"The green iguana is the most in-your-face invasive species in South Florida."

 

Lee in L.A.

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Can't find the sketch video. Dang.

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Harold was that rare ambitious sheep.
He realized that a sheeps life consisted of standing around for a few months and then being eaten.
And that's a depressing prospect for an ambitious sheep.

Notice the sheep tendency to walk about the field on their hind legs.
Notice than they do not so much fly, as plummet. (From the trees).
You probably have to see the video. :rof:
 

Peter LeQuire

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Is that an allegory for appraisers?

Who would be the appraisers' Harold?
 

Peter LeQuire

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Florida also has a problem with large snakes, and toads, and giant snails, and boars, and mussels, and..............:
Shel Silverstein
“Oh, I'm being eaten
By a boa constrictor,
A boa constrictor,
A boa constrictor,
I'm being eaten by a boa constrictor,
And I don't like it--one bit.
Well, what do you know?
It's nibblin' my toe.
Oh, gee,
It's up to my knee.
Oh my,
It's up to my thigh.
Oh, fiddle,
It's up to my middle.
Oh, heck,
It's up to my neck.
Oh, dread,
It's upmmmmmmmmmmffffffffff . . .”

― Shel Silverstein
 
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