Are there invasive reptiles other than Burmese pythons in the United States that people should be concerned about?
Free-ranging snakes representing dozens of species from around the world are discovered in the United States in any given year, usually as a result of escapees or illegal releases, but most of these have not established reproductive populatio
The Burmese python is distributed across more than a thousand square miles of southern Florida, including all of Everglades National Park and areas to the north such as Big Cypress National Preserve. A number of Burmese pythons have been fou
Are large constrictor snakes such as Burmese pythons able to kill people? What is the risk? Would this be in the wild too, or in backyards?
Human fatalities from non-v
Non-native Burmese pythons have established a breeding population in South Florida and are one of the most concerning invasive species in Everglade
Tens of thousands of invasi