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Python kill total stalls around 50 as Florida's bounty hunt comes to an end

By kingsnake.com
Mon, February 11 2013 at 19:58

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Disbelief - #1 - 2013-02-11 21:43 - (Reply)

Unbelievable. Its amazing how ignorant some people are. Peta and HSUS are doing a great job arent they promoting chaos undercover.

JS Argyle - #2 - 2013-02-12 17:31 - (Reply)

"Hundreds of thousands"--okay, well-camouflaged stealth predators they may be, but hundreds of thousands of pythons are a little hard to miss. This is why I barely follow the news reports on this issue anymore (on TV and in the papers, that is.)

Wayne Fowlie - #3 - 2013-02-13 16:10 - (Reply)

Morphobank shows a sand boa that looks to be about 20'L hanging on a clothes line as man in background looks terrified!(Morphobank media number, M88666;Specimen UF:155335; Project 536). When will this terrible invasion halt!


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