“We’re gonna’ need a bigger umbrella.”
-South Floridians when temps drop below 40
This week: JAN Webinar schedule, P&C licensees: did something happen, lizard droppings
Happy New Year, insurance pros!
FL’s finest CE Webinars resume January 10th (see the schedule below.) We look forward to highlighting topics for you in next week’s edition.
Did something happen? P&C licensees: January 25th from 9am – 1pm Eastern is the day you’ve been waiting for. Legendary insurance geek David “Special Sauce” Thompson breaks down what happened during December’s monumental legislative session regarding property insurance, reactions from all sides, what we can expect and when.
If you’re new to our newsletter check out the “F5” section (Fascinating Factoid For Fanatical Floridians) where each week we feature a tidbit that will enlighten, entertain, and make you the most interesting person you know!
That’s all for now. Until the next round…cheers!
Kevin “Falls From Trees” Amrhein, CIC, CBIA
Florida Insurance School Continuing Education (FISCE)
THE “F5” (FASCINATING FACTOID FOR FANATICAL FLORIDIANS) –
Of the many features unique to life in South Florida, perhaps the most chilling occurs when the temperature drops below 40 degrees.
That’s when they fall.
According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), green iguanas, an invasive species brought here from Central and South America, don’t handle the cold well. When temps drop the cold-blooded lizards can’t generate their own heat which causes them to go into a shock-like state. If they happen to be in a tree at that time, they can lose their grip and…thud.
Lizard lovers rejoice: the paralysis is normally temporary and as temps rise so do the zonked-out iguanas.