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Python Found In Florida Measures 18 Feet

While snakes are not a rare sight in Florida, an eighteen-foot Burmese python is. On February 4, a massive 150-pound Burmese python was killed in the Florida Everglades by workers with the South Florida Water Management District. The agency’s spokesperson Randy Smith says that it is not uncommon for the workers to come across snakes, and that it actually happens …

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18-Foot Python: Burmese Behemoth Found In Florida Almost Ties Record

An 18-foot python found in the Florida Everglades almost tied in size with the state’s record setting snake. The Miami Herald reported that the massive Burmese beast was captured on Tuesday by python control on the L-28 levee, roughly 5 miles north of Tamiami Trail. Engineers came across the creature while inspecting levees in the Everglades. South Florida Water Management …

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Python Pizza: Can You Say ‘Yum?’

You know what Florida’s missing? Some python pizza. Just kidding – Florida actually has it. That’s right, your traditional dough, cheese and sauce has taken a turn towards reptile by featuring the meat of a Burmese python. And just when you thought that was daring, this “Everglades Pizza” also counts alligator sausage and frog legs as some of its toppings. …

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