A kayaker found this 9-foot python coiled around part of a South Florida Water Management District research platform in Biscayne Bay in November. District python catcher Bobby Hill was able to snag the snake the next day. The snake is now being used to educate the public about the invasive snakes.
A kayaker found this 9-foot python coiled around part of a South Florida Water Management District research platform in Biscayne Bay in November. District python catcher Bobby Hill was able to snag the snake the next day. The snake is now being used to educate the public about the invasive snakes. Biscayne National Park
A kayaker found this 9-foot python coiled around part of a South Florida Water Management District research platform in Biscayne Bay in November. District python catcher Bobby Hill was able to snag the snake the next day. The snake is now being used to educate the public about the invasive snakes. Biscayne National Park

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