Pythons are back, and they’re heading our way!

From Florida. Leading me to ask how long it’d take a Florida python to make it to New York without riding in a vehicle. On its own two…on its own twenty feet of belly.

I love stuff like this and love the New York Times for keeping up with my python history.

P.S. Here’s the Times headline and subhead:

Pythons, Invasive and Hungry, Are Making Their Way North in Florida

A study from the U.S. Geological Survey called the state’s python problem “one of the most intractable invasive-species management issues across the globe.”

(Someone should bring up this illegal immigration question to that despot-wannabe who’s governor of Florida, huh? Is he prepared to rent a plane and send the snakes somewhere, or what?)

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