One man’s unique approach to hunting invasive Burmese pythons may change how we hunt these swamp predators.
Aaron Brown was driving when he spotted something on his family's property that required a second look. It turned out to be a 16-foot Burmese python with 100 eggs inside.
Invasive snakes have been destroying Florida's native wildlife for years. Now some experts believe there's another reason to hunt down the pythons: They may contain a key ingredient used for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Florida wildlife officials are training dogs to detect a python's scent in an effort to sniff out the invasive snakes in the Everglades -- and they've just had their first successful find.
A police officer nabbed an unwelcome intruder who was loitering in a South St. Pete park this morning: A 6-foot long python.
Floridians are used to spotting all sorts of wildlife, but the sight of a large rattlesnake slithering across the road would still make most do a double-take.
A Pinellas County family recently came across a rare phenomenon and reported it to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
Two hunters have broken a state record by removing the largest Burmese python to date from the Florida Everglades.
Florida hit another new milestone this week — 5,000 Burmese pythons have been captured in the Everglades since the state started paying hunters to track them down in 2017.
Residents at a home in Fernleigh, New South Wales, had an unwelcome visitor in their toilet recently: an eight-foot long carpet python.
Eighty pythons were captured in this year's 'Python Bowl,' five by Dusty Crum's team. They took second place for the heaviest python, but their real reward comes from helping Florida's native wildlife.
Miami's Super Bowl means death for some of Florida's Burmese pythons -- and that's a good thing.
There are six venomous snakes found in Florida, and four are common in the Tampa Bay area. One bite could be deadly, but that same dangerous snake venom is key to reversing the damage.
A Winter Park man found a snake in his clothes dryer while attempting to fix it after it stopped working.
Python hunters in South Florida have snagged a record-breaking catch.
A massive python was found swimming in South Florida's Biscayne Bay -- over a mile away from the mainland.
Florida doubled its ranks of python hunters last week as the state steps up efforts to tame the invasive species that has long devastated the balance of the natural food chain in the Everglades.
The diamondback rattlesnake is one of the deadliest snakes in the United States, and it can be found all over Florida.
Florida wildlife officials say hunters have captured two huge Burmese pythons as part of the state's program to remove the invasive snakes.
The latest invasive Burmese python that was captured was nearly 18 feet long, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.