For the first time, participants in a state-sponsored bounty hunt will be allowed to stalk a national park that is ground zero for the invasive snake.
For the first time, participants in a state-sponsored bounty hunt will be allowed to stalk a national park that is ground zero for the invasive snake. Al Diaz MIAMI HERALD STAFF
For the first time, participants in a state-sponsored bounty hunt will be allowed to stalk a national park that is ground zero for the invasive snake. Al Diaz MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Amateur python hunters won’t be allowed in Everglades National Park

October 07, 2015 04:58 PM

UPDATED October 08, 2015 07:12 AM

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