Researchers capture largest python ever found in Florida at nearly 18 feet, 215 pounds
A team of Florida wildlife biologists captured the largest Burmese python ever discovered in the state, officials announced Thursday.The gargantuan female serpent, considered an invasive species in Florida, measured nearly 18 feet long and weighed 215 pounds, according
to the Conservancy of Southwest Florida.The snake was caught last December in the Everglades following a 20 minute wrestling match with biologists, but researchers left the python in a freezer until April.During a necropsy, the snake was found to have 122 eggs developing in its abdomen — breaking another record for the most eggs female python can produce in a breeding cycle, according to the conservancy.Read more: New York Post »
TUSD looking to fill 600 positions from bus drivers to teachers
Job-seekers gathered at Tucson Community Center Friday, June 24 for a Tucson Unified School District hiring fair, where the district was looking to fill about 600 vacant positions. Read more >>
joerogan my anaconda don’t want none, unless you…oh..python. got it. my bad That's an invasive species. Kind of like the typical MAGA in the Villages... Fluffy! I’ve been looking everywhere for you!!
Florida team hauls in 18-foot, 215-pound Burmese pythonThe python weighed in at 215 pounds, was nearly 18 feet long and had 122 developing eggs, the Conservancy of Southwest Florida said. A big one
Largest python ever found in Florida is 18 feet long and weighs a whopping 200 poundsBurmese pythons are an invasive species. Thank you for bringing awareness to the impact this invasive apex predator has on Southwest Florida’s ecosystem. If you are curious to learn more about our research, check this video!
18-year-old alleged catalytic converter thief leads police on chase from NW Houston to BaytownRoad spikes were able to stop the teenage suspect in his tracks. Police then uncovered what they believe the saw was used for: three catalytic converters. Police 'allegedly' used road spikes, and they found the 'alleged' saw and 'alleged' catalytic converters. What's ABC13 policy on when to use suspect descriptions, names, or pictures and when not? Sharing that with your audience could really build some trust and work to repair your damaged reputations.
15-year-old accused of killing 18-year-old in Northside subdivisionA 15-year-old is accused of shooting and killing an 18-year-old in January in a family subdivision on Jacksonville’s Northside, according to Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office records. Northside Coalition doing a bang up job per the usual in their community Why is it the coalition’s fault..they don’t put kids out here in these situations….parents do…start in the home before blaming others Just leave boxes of 9mm ammo on every corner. The problem will take care of itself.
Troy Police seeking assistance in locating 18-year-oldMISSING PERSON: The Troy teen is known to have a condition that, without proper medication, could affect her judgement and decision-making abilities.
18 False Beliefs Held by People Raised With Emotional NeglectThose who experienced emotional neglect growing up may develop false assumptions about themselves and others. Here's how to recognize them—and let them go. What a wonderful read about the impact that emotional neglect can have on our ability to identify our emotions along with our needs/wants. Doing so opens up possibilities to accept our emotions, cultivate curiosity, and to honour them. I suspect most people depending on mood would answer the subjective questions with high numbers. Seems like a victim's fishing expedition.