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MIAMI (CBSMiami) —  South Florida Water crews got quite a site Thursday.

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While the staff was in western Miami-Dade County, they spotted an alligator swimming away with his lunch – a Burmese Python.

Luckily, someone was able to snap a picture of the surprising sight.

In other instances in the Everglades, an alligator and python faced off.

A photo taken in the Everglades National Park back in 2013 showed the aftermath of another confrontation.

Everglades National Park officials posted this picture on their Facebook page after an alligator was found eating a giant Burmese python. (Source: Everglades National Park)

Everglades National Park officials posted this picture on their Facebook page after an alligator was found eating a giant Burmese python. (Source: Everglades National Park)

In another instance, it looked liked a python was trying to eat an alligator back in 2011 and neither of them survived.

(Source: National Park Service)

(Source: National Park Service)

Burmese pythons, according to researchers, regard the Everglades as an all-you-can-eat buffet. The snakes, which have no natural predators in the area, are native to India and other parts of Asia.

Gallery: S. Fla. Wild Python Encounters

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The large population of the Burmese pythons in the Everglades is likely due to humans releasing pets into the wild, either intentionally or in Hurricane Andrew’s aftermath in 1992.