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People Fight Back Against the Invasive Burmese Python

Clip: Season 38 Episode 11 | 2m 53s

Originally from the jungles and marshes of South East Asia, there is currently an estimated 100,000 Burmese Python in the Florida everglades. Burmese pythons have taken out nearly 98% of Florida's mammals, but this team of women is fighting back.

Aired: 02/12/20

Rating: NR

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