James Bales, a wildlife officer for the Miccosukee Tribe, holds a 15-foot female Burmese python found along a levee on the reservation off Alligator Alley Monday. The female was breeding with four males in a ‘mating ball’ when officers found them. They killed the female and two males. The other two males escaped.
James Bales, a wildlife officer for the Miccosukee Tribe, holds a 15-foot female Burmese python found along a levee on the reservation off Alligator Alley Monday. The female was breeding with four males in a ‘mating ball’ when officers found them. They killed the female and two males. The other two males escaped. Courtesy of Miccosukee Tribe of Florida
James Bales, a wildlife officer for the Miccosukee Tribe, holds a 15-foot female Burmese python found along a levee on the reservation off Alligator Alley Monday. The female was breeding with four males in a ‘mating ball’ when officers found them. They killed the female and two males. The other two males escaped. Courtesy of Miccosukee Tribe of Florida

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