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Team of scientists working together to insert a tracking device in a 14 foot Burmese python....
Tracking Device in Burmese Python
This female Burmese python broke the records for her length - 17 feet, 7 inches - and the number of eggs she contained: 87. She was first captured in Everglades National Park by USGS researchers in the spring of 2012, when they followed a
A Record-Breaking Invasive Burmese Python

This female Burmese python broke the records for her length -- 17 feet, 7 inches – and the number of eggs she contained: 87. She was first captured in Everglades National Park by USGS researchers in the spring of 2012, when they followed a
A Record-Breaking Invasive Burmese Python

This female Burmese python broke the records for her length - 17 feet, 7 inches - and the number of eggs she contained: 87. She was first captured in Everglades National Park by USGS researchers in the spring of 2012, when they followed a
A Record-Breaking Invasive Burmese Python
This female Burmese python broke the records for her length - 17 feet, 7 inches - and the number of eggs she contained: 87. She was first captured in Everglades National Park by USGS researchers in the spring of 2012, when they followed a
A Record-Breaking Invasive Burmese Python
This female Burmese python broke the records for her length - 17 feet, 7 inches - and the number of eggs she contained: 87. She was first captured in Everglades National Park by USGS researchers in the spring of 2012, when they followed a
A Record-Breaking Invasive Burmese Python
This female Burmese python broke the records for her length - 17 feet, 7 inches - and the number of eggs she contained: 87. She was first captured in Everglades National Park by USGS researchers in the spring of 2012, when they followed a
A Record-Breaking Invasive Burmese Python
This female Burmese python broke the records for her length - 17 feet, 7 inches - and the number of eggs she contained: 87. She was first captured in Everglades National Park by USGS researchers in the spring of 2012, when they followed a
A Record-Breaking Invasive Burmese Python
This female Burmese python broke the records for her length - 17 feet, 7 inches - and the number of eggs she contained: 87. She was first captured in Everglades National Park by USGS researchers in the spring of 2012, when they followed a
A Record-Breaking Invasive Burmese Python
This close-up is of the radio-transmitter on a 16 1/2-foot python. The snake, being removed from the wild by USGS and NPS personnel, was re-captured in a thicket in Everglades National Park in April 2012. After its first capture, the snake was equipped with a radio-transmitter and an accelerometer a...
Close-Up of a Radio Transmitter on an Invasive Burmese Python
This 16 1/2-foot python, being removed from the wild by USGS and NPS personnel, was captured in a thicket in Everglades National Park in May 2012. The python was equipped with a radio-transmitter and an accelerometer as part of one of the Burmese python projects led by USGS to learn more about the b...
Biologists Remove Python from Everglades
This large Burmese python, weighing 162 pounds and more than 15 feet long at the time of its capture in 2009, was caught alive in the Everglades and was found to have eaten an American alligator that measured about 6 feet in length. University of Florida researchers in the photo: Michael Rochford is...
Burmese Python Caught in the Everglades
Fishing guide Camp Walker, Catalyst Charters, of Islamorada, Fla.,  took this photo of a Burmese python swimming in Florida Bay from the end of Twisty Channel toward End Key on Nov. 16, 2011. ...
Burmese Python Swimming in Florida Bay
African rock pythons are the largest snake in Africa, but now some have been found in Florida. They can eat goats, warthogs, and even crocodiles. In Florida, they are an invasive species....
African Rock Python
Southern African Python (Python natalensis). The snake pictured is a representative of a species discussed in the USGS snake risk assessment. This snake was photographed in its native range....
Southern African Python
Green anaconda in Brazil. The snake pictured is a representative of a species discussed in the USGS snake risk assessment. This snake was photographed in its native range....
Green Anaconda
Yellow anaconda in Argentina. The snake pictured is a representative of a species discussed in the USGS snake risk assessment. This snake was photographed in its native range....
Yellow Anaconda
Deschauensee's Anaconda (Eunectes deschauenseei). The snake pictured is a representative of a species discussed in the USGS snake risk assessment. This snake was photographed in its native range....
Deschauensee's Anaconda
Beni or Bolivian Anaconda (Eunectes beniensis). Photo by Lutz Dirksen, www.anakondas.de. Used with permission. ...
Beni Anaconda (Eunectes beniensis)
Reticulated python (Broghammerus/Python reticulatus) in Indonesia. Photo ©Bjorn Lardner, Colorado State University. Used with permission....
Reticulated python (Python reticulatus)

 

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