A 12-foot Burmese python was found under a pile of storm debris in Coconut Grove.
A 12-foot Burmese python was found under a pile of storm debris in Coconut Grove. Handout/Valerie Ricordi
A 12-foot Burmese python was found under a pile of storm debris in Coconut Grove. Handout/Valerie Ricordi

12-foot python slithers out of storm debris, is killed and leaves body to science

October 11, 2017 08:41 PM

UPDATED October 12, 2017 02:45 PM

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  • Charlie's Woods - a forgotten public space hidden in Coconut Grove

    Grove resident/activist Glenn Terry gives a brief tour of what he's dubbed "Charlie's Woods" -- a densely wooded, publicly owned corner abutting the late publicist's Coconut Grove home. Terry wants the woods turned into a city park.