One of many invasive species here in Florida, green iguanas can get to about 6.5’ in length. We caught this one munching away on regular old grass, but given the chance, he would eat baby birds, eggs, fruit, kittens, puppies, endangered species, ham sandwiches, or pretty much anything. Gotta say, though, he was a fantastic creature. Whoops, there’s a 4.5’ long lizard! He saw us! Run away, run away! Last year, we had a nasty freeze here in Florida that went down all the way past Ft Myers where a thriving population of these lizards live. When very cold, these critters go into ‘sleep mode’. Many people reported 6’ lizards falling out of trees onto their lawns and sidewalks. One lady felt sorry for a ‘sleeping’ lizard and brought it indoors where it promptly woke up and trashed her home.