Snake hunters in Florida capture the second largest Burmese python ever discovered. This snake weighed approximately 90 kilograms and was more than 5 meters long, and it took five men to subdue it.
Nature Conservation Two American snake catchers, father and son, found a female giant Burmese python. Inside Big Cypress National Park, Florida, USA. Its body weight is approximately 90 kilograms, and its length is more than 5 meters. It is also fierce and not afraid of people. At that time, the couple was trying to find a way to catch this snake. There were 3 other young men who also came to help catch the snake. Which after they tried to wrestle with each other for a long time and tried to sit on the snake to calm it down but it was still ineffective. Since the snake was still trying to lift itself up in order to escape, it took 5 people more than 45 minutes for them to finally help catch the snake. Before calling in an expert to successfully use an electric shock gun to subdue the giant snake.
This Burmese python is the second largest snake ever captured in Florida. Biologists, volunteers and conservationists have been hunting a number of Burmese pythons that have been illegally imported from Southeast Asia since the 1970s to be sold to exotic pet enthusiasts. Before they are abandoned or released they reproduce in natural habitats, trapping and threatening the number of native mammals until they decline by up to 90 percent.
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