A few weeks ago I was in Florida, around the Fort Lauderdale area, and for the first couple of days, it was very cold, for Florida. Too cold for many lizards, that’s for sure. Here are a couple of my photos of deceased lizards taken after it warmed up. These are mostly iguanas and other large lizards, as I didn’t take photos of any small ones.
In the second photo you can see that something has removed the lizard’s tail, presumably after it died. The second-last photo shows three large iguanas lying on floating plant material, all of whom presumably froze and fell out of a large tree that reached over the water; the last photo is a cropped zoom-in of one of those three.