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    17' python found in the everglades

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/48651158.../#.UCrDoGt5mK0

    What do you think about this?


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    Re: 17' python

    pretty interesting story




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    wow. 87 eggs?? hellofa clutch..
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    Wow 87 really cool story really interesting....

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    Re: 17' python

    I think it is bad news.
    As much as I love the burms, they don't belong in the US's wildlife population.
    I think the predatory lizards will have a bigger impact on our wildlife. Monitors and tegus eat the bird eggs before they turn into birds. IDK, I just think these tough lizards will survive the elements better than the big snakes.

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    87 Egg Burm!

    Not sure if it has been posted, but, here is a link to a burm that was found in the everglades with 87 eggs in her belly. Don't forget to read the comments at the bottom of the page. Have fun!

    http://news.yahoo.com/holy-herpetolo...193035561.html

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    I guess it was posted....
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