A 17-foot-long python was found in Florida

Business Insider | 4/7/2019 | Susanna Heller, INSIDER
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A 17-foot-long python was found in Florida.

That's a pretty big snake!

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The female reptile, which weighs 140 pounds, was found in the Big Cypress National Preserve.

This makes her the biggest snake to be found in the region.

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At the time, she was carrying 73 eggs. Just something to think about.

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You've heard of snakes on a plane or even snakes in a basement, sure. But what about a snake the length of a pickup truck?

On Friday, Big Cypress National Preserve, a nature preserve in South Florida, announced that it captured a 17-foot-long python that weighed 140 pounds. The female reptile is the largest to have been removed from that region.

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In a photo announcing the capture of the snake that was posted to Facebook, it took four men to hoist the animal in the air.

The same Facebook post said officials used a new method track this snake.

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"Using male pythons with radio transmitters allows...
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