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    Giant Burmese found

    I saw this earlier and thought it would be a good read
    Shame about the female


    https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart...ida-180971929/

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    17 feet, Good lord!

    I find it very sad that such beautiful animals need to be captured and killed, but they do wreak havoc with the natural ecosystem in South Fl.

    73 eggs! Yikes!
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    Re: Giant Burmese found

    It is such a shame, but sometimes the bigger eco system picture has to be seen,
    shame she couldn't have been saved for a zoo or something tho

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    Re: Giant Burmese found

    Quote Originally Posted by richardhind1972 View Post
    ... shame she couldn't have been saved for a zoo or something thok
    Yeah, at this point there are probably far too many living in FL for all zoos in North America.
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    You're a few days late, Richard but still a good story...I already posted this under Herp Broadcast.

    Large python "busted" in Florida

    Started by Bogertophis, 04-08-2019 12:35 PM


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    Re: Giant Burmese found

    It only came up on my news feed this morning, thought it was worth a share but I guess you best me too it lol

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    Re: Giant Burmese found

    Quote Originally Posted by richardhind1972 View Post
    It only came up on my news feed this morning, thought it was worth a share but I guess you best me too it lol

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    That's ok, more ppl saw it this way.

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