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Animals | November 16, 2021 2:42 AM | hangbony

Pythons at Alligator Pond 07 – Dangerous Animals in Florida.

Burmese pythons have an established permanent breeding population in South Florida and belong to the “new” apex predators of the Everglades today. Top predators like American crocodiles and American alligators prey regularly on all kinds of reptiles, including pythons. An adult alligator will have little trouble overpowering, killing, and eating any juvenile, and in some cases, even an adult constrictor.

Nevertheless, a fully grown Burmese Python can reach over twenty feet in length and becomes an extremely dangerous prey item for most crocodilians, including the American Alligator. These large constrictors have little to fear and will feed on most animals they come across (including alligators) when hungry. Python vs Alligator was filmed by Heiko Kiera aka Ojatro near the Everglades in 2009.

The way the gator rested his neck on the snake’s body, as if they were chilling, was amusing and adorable.

It is a large python, but because the alligator is a baby, the python seems much larger than it is, It’s our point of view.

I believe Mr Crocs was playing dead before realizing he was being followed for a meal, The quickness with which he scatters tells the whole tale….. God, that’s one of the biggest Burmese pythons I’ve seen in the Everglades since they’ve been caught, God, the creature is a monster; at first, I mistook it for an anaconda. They’ve just been placed in an environment that isn’t their natural habitat, But they can survive in Florida since it is both hot and wet, Thank you for like and share.

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