Python Hunter Catches Massive 17-Foot Python In EvergladesOne of South Florida’s most prolific snake hunters has set a new record for the longest snake caught as part of the South Florida Water Management District’s Python Elimination Program.
Python Hunter Captures Massive 16-Foot In Everglades Holy snakes! The South Florida Water Management District’s Python Elimination Program has netted two more giant pythons in less than a week.
'Suspect Apprehended!' Police Nab Python Near Lincoln Road MallIt was Miami Beach police to the rescue after a large snake was spotted near the popular pedestrian mall on Lincoln Road.
Wildlife Officials Show Residents How To Capture Burmese PythonsWildlife specialists are demonstrating local Florida residents the technique to hunt and capture invasive Burmese pythons.
Gordon Ramsay Cooks Up Unique Florida Dish: Burmese Python Celebrity Chef Gordon Ramsay is making a unique dish while filming in Florida. It's Burmese Python.
Python Hunter On Wildlife: 'Everything Is Slowly But Surely Disappearing'Snake hunters are being paid $8.10 an hour to find invasive Burmese pythons in the Everglades, but Brian Hargrove says he'd work for free.
9-Foot Python Found Near Biscayne Bay, A FirstA kayaker found a 9-foot Burmese Python sunning on a platform more than a half mile offshore in Biscayne bay - a first for Biscayne National Park.
Python Hatchlings Found For First Time In Florida KeysFor the first time in the Florida Keys, wildlife officials say Burmese python hatchlings have been discovered.
Hunter Saves Deer From Python In EvergladesJimmy Wilson was hiking through the swampy woods near Ochopee in rural Collier County this summer when he came upon an amazing sight.
Caught On Camera: Gator Swims Away With Massive PythonSouth Florida Water crews got quite a site Thursday.
Killer Nile Crocodiles In Florida? Experts Say It's PossibleThe Burmese python may no longer be Florida's scariest invasive species.
Successful Snake Hunt Shines Light On Florida's Python ProblemAfter a monthlong snake hunt, the 106 Burmese pythons captured in Florida may not put a dent in the invasive species' growing numbers, but wildlife officials said Saturday that doesn't matter as much as the awareness they bring to the state's environmental concerns.