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How To Stop Pythons From Eating Animals
Transcript of How To Stop Pythons From Eating Animals
Killing our Population
Pythons are killing a lot of animals. We need to stop them from killing animals and stopping them from killing all of the population. Also people who own pythons can not just throw them out of their homes if they get to big. That is a big problem we need to solve too.
How to kill the Pythons
People can come and help us out by killing the pythons. But we would need 1 million dollars to do this. By using this method we would not kill any other species and it would be a 15% decrease in the population of pythons. Pythons are most common in the spring so we would have to do the killing during the spring. Also by doing this method the increase of alligators are 10%. It won't affect other species at all. Also Mongoose kill pythons which can help us defeat the pythons species.
Why Would We Use this Idea
We should use this idea because it is not that expansive and it is a good solution to save other animals. If we use sterilization it would be way to expansive and it wouldn't kill that many pythons. If we kill the eggs that will barley kill any pythons. Introduction of a new predator is way to expansive almost 4.5 million dollars.
How much money will it cost.
How much Money will this Idea Cost and Why?
Open hunting permits with no bounty will cost 1 million dollars which is a good amount of money to kill so many pythons. We will have to get people who know what they are doing and people who won't put their lives in danger just to kill pythons.
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