Orlando Florida. According to WOFL, the individual was able to kill an 18-foot, 150-pound Burmese python inside the Florida Everglades.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission released a stunning photo of the huge python on Tuesday, after wildlife hunter John Hammond got his hands on the snake.
The snake was captured and killed in the context of the government’s snake eradication program. The colossal python was the largest python captured by the program so far.
For 45 minutes, Hammond kept the snake in his back.
“He ran away, and I grabbed his head and I. Having achieved this, I was pressed to the waist, and that was the intent, ”- said Hammond Wolverine.
Then slowly tow him into the truck.
“Snake bags are very small,” Hammond said. “I had an empty tent bag in my truck. I put it inside the tent bag. Then I put it in the brigade’s chest. “
The snake thief planned to skin the snake and then use the skin.
Burmese eels are classified as an FFWC invasive species.
Large snakes consume a variety of small native species and have no natural predators to fend off them and pose a threat to wildlife in the Florida ecosystem.
Everglades hunters earn 8.25 hours per snake hunting.
If they are able to locate the snake up to 4 feet in length, the snake will be awarded an additional $50.
If the kites are longer than the kite, you will receive another 25 kites per foot after four feet.
According to a WOFL report, after the monster was 18 feet tall, Hammond had $450 in fortune.
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