epa03214357 (01/17) Python hunter Edward Mercer handles one of his pet Burmese pythons at his home in Tamarac, Florida, USA, 24 March 2012. Mercer is a permitted python hunter who spends his free time searching for the non-native snakes in South Florida. Since the 1990s, Burmese pythons, one of the world's largest snake species, have flourished in the Everglades National Park and surrounding areas. According to the National Park Service, more than 1,800 of the exotic and invasive species have been removed from the Everglades since 2002. EPA/ERIK S. LESSER PLEASE SEE ADVISORY NOTICE epa03214356 FOR FULL FEATURE TEXT
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