Thursday, October 15, 2009

Steve better watch his butt,

he's got some big Johnny No-Legs in the area.
Two species, the boa constrictor and Burmese python, have already established breeding populations in south Florida and experts have found "strong evidence" that the northern African python may be breeding in the wild as well.
The reticulated python is the world's longest snake and the green anaconda is the heaviest, the scientists said, and both have been found in south Florida, although it was not certain if they are breeding
Coming Soon: Anaconda: Spring Break


MauserMedic said...

Jeez, now you've done it. "SyFy" will crank that out as a horribly computer-generated cheesy movie in less than a month now.

Anonymous said...

I effing HATE snakes! South Florida, huh? Well, no need to go there.