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Pythons in Florida

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on 11 April 2017

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Micheal Dorcas is a biologist at Davidson College in North Carolina. He's been catching pythons since he's been a child. He works at Everglades National Parks and helps keep count of small - medium size mammals. We plan on working with him to put our plan in action.
Sterilization and Pythons
We plan on stopping future
reproduction.
Micheal Dorcas
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Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Where are they from?
Burmese Pythons
Thank You For Your Time!
Burmese Pythons are native to southeast Asia. They are known to the scientific community as Python Bivitattus. They belong to the reptile family. Their diet is carnivorous. They survive off of small animals and birds, but sometimes going for alligators. Their avergae life span in the wild is 20 - 25 years old. They can grow up 16 - 23 feet. They are relative in size to a 6 - foot man. They can also weigh up to 200 pounds. Their current population is decreasing and vulnerable. Their predators include alligators, the American crocodiles, black bears, and cougars. Young Burmese Pythons are vulnerable to hawks, Golden Eagles, raccoons, and bobcats.
Made by- Kara Artz, Alexa Astete, Alex Mazza
Pythons in Florida
Our group decided has
to sterilize the
remaining python
population in
the Florida Evergaldes.
We need to stop
reproduction to save the
species and the food
web.
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