Lizards caught ‘cuddling’ up to warm Florida window in viral video. ‘Let them in!’

The Sunshine State is getting its first taste of the winter season.

With temperatures finally dropping below 70 degrees Fahrenheit, Floridians are swapping out their flip flops and swim trucks for sneakers and hoodies.

Critters, on the other hand, are on their own when the air gets just a bit chillier.

One Port St. Lucie homeowner captured the animal kingdom’s ingenuity when she pulled back her curtains on a 65-degree night and found lizards pressed up against glass.

“My first reaction was, ‘Aww, they’re cute, they’re cuddling in my window for warmth,” homeowner Jessica Schreck told WFLA.

It wasn’t just one or two, though. More than a dozen lizards had come to her windowsill in search of a little warmth from inside, Schreck said.

Schreck posted a video on TikTok, which earned more than 1.4 million views and more than 190,000 likes as of Nov. 8.

In the video, Schreck shows the lizards (and one frog) split between two windows as her dog watches from inside.

“They seem to leave during the day when the sun comes up, then come back in the evening,” Schreck told WFLA.

Comments on the video were mixed, ranging from “let them in!” to “adding ‘window reptiles’ to the reasons I’m never going to Florida.”

“Florida is really just budget Australia,” one commenter said.

“Bring the frog in, he looks polite,” another said.

Schreck told WFLA she plans to let the lizards, and frog, continue to snuggle up to her home.

“I won’t be doing any of that. I think I’m just going to let them be,” she told the outlet.

Port St. Lucie is about 115 miles north of Miami.

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