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A couple of hunters stumbled upon the massive reptile in the Big Cypress National Preserve while on a path.

The two who captured the snake are involved with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conversation Commission’s Python Action Team.

This snake, at 18 feet, 4 inches, was the second-largest caught in Florida.

The Python Action Team was organized to capture and remove pythons, which are not native to Florida, from the ecosystem. More than 900 have been captured so far.

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Posted by Marc Charles via sister station Q105


Marc Charles has worked in Radio since 2005. Marc has been active in media in Detroit, Ohio, Canada, and Florida. When he's not blogging for Money Talk Radio, he covers UFC. Follow Marc on social media @TheLegalManMarc & @TheOctagram.