Hurricanes are hitting the Caribbean and the southeast coast of the USA more and more often. In Haiti, over 300 people have been killed and over 350,000 are now homeless. "Monster" Hurricane Matthew continues its path of destruction.
Iguanas have arrived in the Sunshine State and are marching north, leaving a trail of destruction in their wake. Conservationists are hoping the human population might start to recognize these striking reptiles as food.
Officials have urged millions of residents in Florida and South Carolina to move inland as Hurricane Matthew approaches. The weather system has caused at least 23 deaths in Haiti alone.
Residents of Florida and other parts of the US are bracing for Hurricane Matthew. The storm turned deadly as it hit Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
Torrential rain and high winds have hit Jamaica ahead of fierce Hurricane Matthew which is making its way slowly over the Caribbean. Southern Haiti could see the worst of the hurricane.
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