Kudos to Jonah Goldberg for proposing a brilliant solution to South Florida's Burmese python problem. By now you have heard the bad news. Pet lovers in South Florida imported all manner of Burmese pythons. When the
An American alligator and a Burmese python locked in a struggle to prevail in Everglades National Park. This python appears to be losing, but snakes in similar situations have apparently escaped unharmed, and in other
By Editorial page staff, The Times-Picayune The Burmese python has become a serious problem in Florida, where the constrictors have taken up residence in the Everglades, gobbling up birds and animals, including threatened and endangered species.
South Florida Water Management District workers hold a 16-foot-long Burmese python that was captured and killed in Florida's Everglades National Park. The Python had recently consumed a 76-pound deer. The reptile was one of the largest ever found in
7, a guy renting a house in St. James City picked up the snake with a stick and photographed it, and environmental activist Phil Buchanan ID'd it as a Burmese python, a species that has invaded the Everglades and moved as far north as Naples.