Unusual cold hurting native, invasive animals in Florida

01/11/2010 | Christian Science Monitor, The

State wildlife biologists in Florida report that a rare cold stretch has led to deaths among shallow water fish such as snook and threatened rare native sea turtles and manatees. The weather also has hurt the green iguana and Burmese python, two invasive species that Florida wildlife officials want gone from the state.

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