Wildlife Officials To Release Fake Snakes Around StateFlorida wildlife officials are employing a unique strategy in an attempt to raise awareness about non-native species by releasing fake snakes around state landmarks.
Large Python Pulled From Miami-Dade ParkA scary discovery at a South Florida park prompted an investigation by wildlife officials.
Python Found Under Porch Of Miami HomeA slithering surprise for a Miami homeowner after a python was found under her porch.
Exclusive: Huge Python Captured At Shark Valley In Everglades National ParkA giant python captured at Shark Valley in Everglades National Park may be the second largest python ever caught in the State of Florida.
"Slithery" Surprise At Construction Site A slither-y surprise at a South Florida construction site.
Massive Python Discovered Eating Neighborhood CatsPolice were called to find the 12-foot-long, 120 pound Burmese python in a bush next to a dead cat.
Venom Response Team Captain Featured In Time MagazineA member of Miami-Dade Fire Rescue’s Venom Response Team will be featured on the cover of Time Magazine.
Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Venom Team Captures 12 Foot Python From BBQ GrillA Florida City neighborhood started the long holiday weekend with an unexpected visitor.
Second-Largest Python Killed In Miami-DadeA giant python found and killed Tuesday is now the second largest python ever caught in the State of Florida.
Burmese Python Becomes Gator Bait In EvergladesThe Florida Everglades is known for its famous river of grass, unique wildlife and of course, those annoying and invasive Burmese pythons.
USDA To Test New Trap To Catch Invasive Pythons In EvergladesFrom a public hunt to snake-sniffing dogs, wildlife officials have tried several methods of capturing Burmese pythons, the invasive species living and breeding in the Everglades. Now officials hope to capture more snakes with a specially designed trap.
9-1-1 Call Released After Husky Killed By PythonMiami-Dade police have released a 9-1-1 call after a family found their dog had been killed by a North African python in the backyard of their home.