Pythons are starting to invade community

By Nikki Henderson |

Published 07/15 2014 04:07PM

Updated 07/15 2014 04:12PM

Its hatching season for the Burmese Python and Southwest Florida residents are learning to live with the reptiles.  Hollie Hojek reports.

The Burmese Python has been spotted in southwest Florida but what makes this noteworthy, it is hatching season. There is no way according to experts to control the highly invasive species.

As a small reptile, the pythons do not pose an direct threat to humans, they are dangerous. They have been known to grow quite large, especially in the Everglades.

Right now, there is no way to control the Burmese Python population growing in SW Florida.

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