Friday, January 8, 2010

Reptile Dysfunction

As a service to all my readers in South Florida who've been struggling with the question, "How can I be of assistance to all those comatose iguana's that are falling out of my trees?" Sherry L. Schlueter, Executive Director of the Wildlife Care Center in Fort Lauderdale FL, addresses that very problem.

Hat tip to Neat-O-Rama and Dave Barry.


joyce said...

Dave Barry's comments are hilarious: tastes like chicken.

Bob said...

That's true. Iguanas do taste like chicken ... but only on the inside.

Burkulater said...

HOW do you find these videos?!

Bag Blog said...

You might want to read Kris' post - could certainly help with the "reptile dysfunction. "

Bob said...

Bag Blog--
Thanks for the link, but stiff ones are the cause of this reptile dysfunction, not the solution.

All the credit goes to my vast staff of researchers (meaning: "Joyce pointed out both articles").

Theresa said...

Oh come on...people are expected to keep the iguanas in their bathrooms for a few days? lol

Just how cold IS it down there? Michigan cold?