Burmese python weighing over 200 lbs. caught in Naples, Florida: ‘Next-level snake’

Burmese python weighing over 200 lbs. caught in Naples, Florida: ‘Next-level snake’

Burmese python weighing over 200 lbs. caught in Naples, Florida: ‘Next-level snake’ Conservancy of Southwest Florida biologist Ian Bartoszek revealed why the local ecosystem is in danger A record-breaking find has come slithering out of Naples, Florida. A team of researchers at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida captured a 215-pound, 17.7-foot Burmese python at the beginning of the new year. Ian Bartoszek, a wildlife biologist and python project manager with Conservancy of Southwest Florida, disclosed to Fox News Digital just how major a find this was for the Everglades region, given that the python is the heaviest on record. "This is the largest snake we caught," he said. FOSSILS OF EUROPE'S LARGEST MEAT-EATING DINOSAUR FOUND ON ISLE OF WIGHT "And to my knowledge, this is the largest by weight ever …
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