Florida Python Hunters Get Access To Everglades National ParkFor the first time in its 70-year history, Everglades National Park is opening its border to paid hunters going after invasive Burmese pythons.
Hunter Bags 1,000th Python In Everglades Eradication ProgramIt's a milestone moment for the South Florida Water Management District in their effort to reduce the number of Burmese pythons in the Everglades.
Burmese Python Eats Deer Weighing More Than Python ItselfThe Conservancy of Southwest Florida documented a Burmese python eating a white-tailed deer that weighed more than the python itself.
Alligator Vs. Python Causes Hazard On Florida Golf CourseA group of Florida golfers found quite the hazard on the green. A large alligator and a large Burmese python entangled on the course.
Holy Snakes! Giant Burmese Python Caught Slithering In Pembroke PinesA slithery suspect on the streets of South Florida was captured in Pembroke Pines. It was a 12 and a half-foot Burmese python.
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.