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In tracking Burmese pythons, 'it's all about food and sex'

Learning more about the home range and normal movement within the Burmese python's habitat will provide much needed information in controlling the invasive species in the Everglades national Park in Florida, according to a new study by the USGS.

Study says toxic venom proteins 'born' from non-toxic genes

Arlington - Snakes and some lizard's venom are a cocktail of toxins, usually consisting of tens to hundreds of different proteins, and scientists have always defined an animal as venomous based on finding the toxic gene families in their oral cavities.

Cat-eating Burmese python captured in Florida

Port St. Lucie - They can grow up to 23-feet long and weigh up to 200 pounds, and they are the apex predator of Florida's Everglades. We're talking about the Burmese python, a non-native species that has gotten loose, reproduced and taken over our southernmost state.

Python massage — the perfect relaxer (Video)

Cebu - Are you nervous in the company of snakes? The Cebu City Zoo has just the answer to help you get over your fears. At their premises you can relax and enjoy a soothing massage involving not one, but four Burmese pythons.

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