Record-breaking Python Found in Florida
Written by Pat's Papers | Tuesday, 14 August 2012 7:48 AM
Planning a trip to the Everglades? Be sure to watch where you step. The Sun Sentinel says a record-breaking Burmese python was just discovered in the park, measuring 17 feet, 7 inches. And in its belly, 87 eggs—another state record. Scientists say the snake’s length is an indication that pythons have few to no predators, and are able to stay alive for a long, long time in the wild.
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