State of Florida almost eaten by 17-foot python and her 73 babies

You can thank new technologies for saving the entire state of Florida from being eaten by a python and her 73 hungry little babies, well okay, they were still in the egg, but we know how this movie would have ended.

That is until snake hunters who have been tracking the pythons in the Everglades tracked male pythons, which led them to this huge 17-foot momma and all her babies.

Burmese Pythons are not indigenous to Florida, so unless these snakes fell out of a plane, most likely this snake and others got here by human carelessness, either the abandoning of a house pet, or simply losing sight of it as it slithered into the woods.


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