Huge 17 Foot Long 140 Pound Burmese Python Caught In Florida

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Using male pythons with radio transmitters allows the team to track the male to locate breeding females their statement says. Burmese pythons are a major nuisance in the Everglades and environmentalists have been working for years to curb their population to safeguard various other native species. To catch this particular individual the team attached radio transmitters to male pythons and then tracked the snakes back to the breeding females. The team not only removes the invasive snakes the team wrote on Facebook. Officials at a South Florida wildlife preserve say theyve captured the largest python ever found in the park. Officials discovered the female python on Friday in Big Cypress National Preserve. posted by big cypress national preserve on friday . Big Cypress National Preserve says on its Facebook page that one of the males was nearby the massive female. The snake is the largest python ever removed from Big Cypress National Preserve according to a statement Friday on the preserves Facebook page

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