Category Archives: Florida

Python #2,000 Hunted and Removed from Everglades in 2 Years.

50 percent of pythons removed from the Everglades have been adult females each capable of laying 40 to 100 eggs per season.

That’s 500 snakes per year each laying that many eggs. Even if they got half of the snakes left (unlikely) that means a minimum of 20,000 pythons are being born per year.

That number has to be low.

https://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/20190318/indiantown-python-hunter-captures-historic-python-in-early-monday-morning-hours

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New PreSchool for 285 Kids Living in Poverty

Filming at the new Opportunity PreSchool in West Palm Beach. Set to open in early Summer for 285 children living in poverty. A project by Civic Association Director David Gilmour, founder of Fiji Water.

FL researchers warn of monkeys with ‘killer’ herpes virus | Miami Herald

University of Florida researchers studied a population of breeding rhesus macaques monkeys in central Florida’s Silver Springs State Park. Some carry a herpes B virus that can be fatal if transmitted to humans.
— Read on www.miamiherald.com/news/state/florida/article223914690.html