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What cold lizards in Miami can tell us about climate change resilience

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WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS Research NewsSHARE It was raining iguanas on a sunny morning. Biologist James Stroud‘s phone started buzzing early on Jan. 22. A friend who was bicycling to work past the white sands and palm tree edges of Key Biscayne, an island town south of Miami, sent Stroud a picture of a 2-foot…

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