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Record broken after 17-foot-1-inch Burmese Python caught

06 Décembre 2017

Burmese pythons can be as long as 26 feet and weigh more than 200 pounds.

A veteran python hunter from Florida has snagged a record 17-foot snake. "That snake could pretty much kill any full-grown man".

According to the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) Governing Board, the Python Elimination Program compensates hunters like Leon and Crum for killing the "destructive" animals, which are now classified as an apex predator in the state. Leon also holds the overall state record with an 18-foot-8-inch python he caught in 2013.

He said in an SFWMD video that he grabbed the female snake while she was still submerged in water.

"We're going to find a 20-footer tonight", he joked after bringing the snake to the district's field office in Homestead.

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Leon holds the record for the largest snake captured in Florida.

Leon is a python hunter who recently killed a 17-foot, 1-inch Burmese python, coming in at about 132 pounds, at the Big Cypress National Preserve in Florida.

Leon says the Burmese python is causing serious problems for the Everglades. The snake was found in the company of a small male snake.

Hunters taking part in the Python Elimination Program earn minimum wage plus a bounty for every python they capture.

For this snake, the hunters will receive a total of $375.