HOLIDAY BRITS WORLD EXCLUSIVE FLEE MANEATING
BRITS visiting Florida have been warned to be on alert after a 17-FOOT python was caught in the Disneyworld state. Every year millions of Britons visit Florida – dubbed the Sunshine State – to soak up sun, eat hamburgers and pay through the snotter to watch grown men dressed as giant mice and ducks. But the capture of the gigantic female Burmese python, the largest ever found in the Everglades area, has turned Florida from a place of fun to a place of FEAR!
The monster serpent, measuring 12-inches across and carrying 87 fertilised eggs, could have crushed and eaten a human being WHOLE, experts said.
And tourism bosses fear that it is just a matter of time before a holidaymaker is gobbled up by one of the monsters.
Kenneth Krysko, from the Florida Museum of Natural History, said: “The thing is monstrous, it’s about a foot wide.
“It means these snakes are surviving a long time in the wild, there’s nothing stopping them and the native wildlife are in trouble.”
Burmese pythons arrived in the U.S. three decades ago as part of the exotic pet industry.
They squeeze victims then swallow them alive.
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