A python hunter contracted by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission captured a 12-foot, 4-inch long python and 39 eggs near the Everglades Francis S. Taylor Wildlife Management Area Friday morning.
A python hunter contracted by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission captured a 12-foot, 4-inch long python and 39 eggs near the Everglades Francis S. Taylor Wildlife Management Area Friday morning. FWC
A python hunter contracted by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission captured a 12-foot, 4-inch long python and 39 eggs near the Everglades Francis S. Taylor Wildlife Management Area Friday morning. FWC

Python eggs, over easy. Hunter captures 12-foot snake and 39 eggs in Everglades

June 16, 2017 05:17 PM

UPDATED June 16, 2017 06:09 PM

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