MIAMI (CBSMiami) — A scary discovery at a South Florida park prompted an investigation by wildlife officials.READ MORE: Pivoting In Pandemic: Miami Maintenance Co. Credits FIU's Small Business Development Center For Helping Them Survive
Miami-Dade Fire Rescue were seen in a video capturing an 8 to 9-foot python on Sunday.READ MORE: Earth Day: Recycling Right Is Key For The Future Of Our Environment
The snake was discovered in the mangroves at Matheson Hammock Park located at 9610 Old Cutler Road.
On Monday, officials with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission were trying to figure out what to do with it.MORE NEWS: Initiatives Announced To Reduce Pollution In Miami-Dade County
They were evaluating the snake to see if it could be used for educational purposes. It is unclear what will happen to the snake if it is determined unfit for educational purposes.