Hunters Have Killed 500 Invasive Pythons In Just 5 MonthsThe hunters tasked with eliminating the python problem in the Everglades have hit a major milestone.
Python Hunter Wrangles In Massive Snake: ‘It’s Like WrestleMania!’At 16 feet and 10 inches, the python made for a good pay day for Dusty "The Wildman" Crum.
House Approves Everglades Python Hunting BillA bill that would allow the state to enter into competitive bid contracts with private individuals to hunt pythons, lionfish and other invasive species has snaked its way through the House.
Python Eggs Hatching Across South FloridaThe levees along the banks of Everglades canals is prime real estate for Burmese Pythons—and right now is the time when the population is growing.
Wildlife Officials Considering Adding More Giant Snakes To Python BanThe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service wants to know how you feel about adding five types of giant snakes to an existing federal python ban.
Study: Burmese Pythons Have Incredible Sense Of DirectionSouth Florida's Burmese python population explosion may be a bit harder to deal with than originally thought.
Lawmakers Want More Giant Snakes Banned Florida lawmakers along with other House members are pushing the Obama administration to add five types of giant snakes to an existing federal python ban.
Python Challenge Competitors Turn In 68 SnakesCompetitors in the month-long 2013 Python Challenge trekked through more than a million acres of swamps and sawgrass in search of the well-camouflaged Burmese python. The results were announced Saturday morning.
2013 Python Challenge Comes To An EndThe 2013 Python Challenge ended Sunday night, wrapping up a month of competition in the Florida Everglades designed to help reduce the Burmese python population in South Florida.
Sen. Nelson Takes Part In "Python Challenge" Senator Bill Nelson donned his boots and jeans Thursday as he joined an entourage of rock star snake hunters. The Senator was hoping to bring attention to a month long state tournament aimed at wiping out pythons.
Pythons Moving From Everglades To Concrete JunglePythons have been getting a lot of attention lately. The snakes have spread across South Florida, and the nuisance has lead to a ban which has spiked a campaign from those in favor and those against the reptiles who are not native to Florida.
Pythons Migrating To The KeysIf you’re a resident of South Florida, you know about the invasion of pythons in the Everglades. Now however, experts say the pythons can actually leave the swamps and survive in saltwater.

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