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Did you win a live iguana at the Apple Scrapple Festival in Delaware?


Good morning. I'm A Martínez.

Were you one of the lucky individuals to win a live iguana at a festival earlier this month in Delaware? While the Delaware Department of Agriculture would like to have a few words with you? Iguanas, it seems, are not native to Delaware and if released in the wild, could cause ecological damage to America's first state. But don't worry, all authorities in Delaware want to do is ensure that all the cold-blooded critters are in homes with people that really guana have the reptiles.

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