University of Florida researchers captured this female Burmese python, measuring 18 feet, 3 inches, while tracking invasive species at Shark Valley in Everglades National Park on July 9.
University of Florida researchers captured this female Burmese python, measuring 18 feet, 3 inches, while tracking invasive species at Shark Valley in Everglades National Park on July 9. U.S. Geological Survey
University of Florida researchers captured this female Burmese python, measuring 18 feet, 3 inches, while tracking invasive species at Shark Valley in Everglades National Park on July 9. U.S. Geological Survey

Near-record python bagged at Everglades National Park

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