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non native species here in florida
Mar 29th, 2011 at 11:57am
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In Florida we have alot of non native species that are running wild now. For wild hogs ,Monitors, Boas ,pythons, and highly venmous snakes like cobras, vipers,mombas. The weather conditions are right for these animals to thrive in the wild. The reasons for the animals being lose is that when hurricanes come the owners of the animals dont take them with them. When the house gets destroyed the rptiles get free and start thriving. A a/c repair man was killed after being bitten by a black momba while working on a repair job at a customers house. Kids were found playing with a gabon viper in the garage before their mother found out what kind of snake it was. We have beautiful wildlife here and it is a snake hunters paradice. Come and enjoy the wildlife but if you dont know what you are messing with leave it alone.
  

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