Could break the state record
Experts now say the Burmese python a python control agent with the South Florida Water Management District caught in the Everglades measured 17' 7".
A python control agent with the South Florida water management district caught and killed an 18-foot Burmese python Tuesday afternoon in the Everglades.
UPDATE: The snake has been measured at 17' 7' according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
A python control agent with the South Florida water management district has made a monster catch.
Bobby Hill bagged an 18-foot Burmese python Tuesday afternoon in the Everglades, the Miami Herald reported.
herald.com, he found the snake on the L-28 levee about five miles north of Tamiami Trail.
Miami.cbslocal.com says the snake could measure longer than 18 feet. It reported that Hill shot and killed the massive snake.
A South Florida Water Management District spokesperson said the python's weight and length could break the state record.
University of Florida biologists will look at the snake and take official measurements.