Biologists in southwest Florida found an invasive Burmese python with a large food bulge, and watched as it regurgitated a deer that was larger than the python — the largest prey-to-predator ratio ever documented in the species, according to researchers.
Biologists in southwest Florida found an invasive Burmese python with a large food bulge, and watched as it regurgitated a deer that was larger than the python — the largest prey-to-predator ratio ever documented in the species, according to researchers. Conservancy of Southwest Florida
Biologists in southwest Florida found an invasive Burmese python with a large food bulge, and watched as it regurgitated a deer that was larger than the python — the largest prey-to-predator ratio ever documented in the species, according to researchers. Conservancy of Southwest Florida

This 11-foot python had a huge food bulge. Biologists watched it regurgitate a deer.

March 01, 2018 09:18 PM