In 2015, University of Florida researchers caught this 18-foot, 3-inch record-breaking female python near the tram road in Shark Valley, just south of Miccosukee Tribal land.
In 2015, University of Florida researchers caught this 18-foot, 3-inch record-breaking female python near the tram road in Shark Valley, just south of Miccosukee Tribal land. University of Florida
In 2015, University of Florida researchers caught this 18-foot, 3-inch record-breaking female python near the tram road in Shark Valley, just south of Miccosukee Tribal land. University of Florida

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