Your Monday Morning Florida Report

Pythons have become a pretty big problem down in the Everglades. Since they’ve taken such a strong hold in the swamp, populations of small mammals have almost collapsed. On top of that, these pythons also feed on alligators, deer and birds, all of which are native to the swamps. Now, Florida is set to take applications for specially trained people to hunt pythons with shotguns to help swing the tide.

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7 Responses to Your Monday Morning Florida Report

  1. bob says:

    If there was a profit to be made, with minimal regulation, by killing pythons that would probably thin them out faster. Ref: the buffalo and passenger pigeon.

  2. Miles Long says:

    Make python boots cheap again.

  3. Sanders says:

    Just release a report that says their livers are an aphrodisiac and the Asians will have them eradicated inside 6 months.

  4. FaCubeItches says:

    Wouldn’t it be better just to hunt the regular pythons? It seems like the number of pythons with shotguns has to be pretty limited.

  5. ed357 says:

    Get a Cajun chef to make a decent python gumbo recipe……

    Next step…..pythons on the endangered list.

  6. Butch says:

    And they should allow hunting gators as well. All the Fish and Game morons from Floriduh to Texas have encouraged the growth of alligator populations. I believe all Fish and Game personnel’s children should undergo strict training with full grown adult alligators. The F&G idiots want alligators free roaming wherever, then let their children pay the price. Gotta cull the bad DNA somehow.

Play nice.