11-foot python found swimming in South Florida waters

Photo credit: Biscayne National Park

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A massive, 11-foot python was found swimming in the waters of Biscayne Bay in South Florida on Tuesday.

Biscayne National Park shared video on their Facebook page of officials capturing the Burmese Python. They said the slithery snake was swimming over a mile from the mainland.

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"While these snakes are relatively uncommon here in Biscayne, we do remain vigilant so we can respond and remove this invasive species when we see them," the park wrote.

Park officials netted the python so it could be safely removed. The snake was measured to be 11-feet long and weighing 31-pounds. 

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