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Biologists Track Biggest Florida Python – 17-Footer with 87 Eggs

“In April, geological survey biologists caught the largest python yet seen in the state — a female measuring 17 feet, 7 inches. After inserting four different tracking devices, they conducted a 38-day study of its feeding habits and movements. It turned out to be a wise move to stop the study then, because the snake was found with 87 eggs inside her during a necropsy.”

Read more from Andrew Revkin of The New York Times.

This is how it starts. This is how they breed. Snakeapocalypse.

Where am I going to live once they have to nuke the state to protect everybody else? 17 feet AND 87 eggs is scary.

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