Giant 18-foot python captured in Florida everglades

From the Washington Free Beacon:

An 18-foot python was captured and killed in the Everglades last week, and could challenge the state record set last May of 18 feet, 8 inches.

The giant female snake was caught by professional Bobby Hill, a python control agent for the South Florida Water Management District.

The snake’s carcass is currently being shipped to the University of Florida for biologists to examine the remains in their effort to stop the spread of the invasive species.


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