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    Re: Large python "busted" in Florida

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post

    Mixed feelings here...she doesn't belong in the Everglades, but I don't like the outcome either...

    I agree. I do not like the outcome either, but unfortunately it seems be necessary. It's not just the pythons either. Tegus have become a problem. I believe in the summer of 2018 governor Scott (of Florida) signed a bill to go after tegus also. It is very sad, but something does need to be done.
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    The tegus are going to be a much bigger problem overall as they can survive in cooler temperatures, unlike the burms. They recently have been found as far north as southern Georgia.

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