Florida Wildlife Protection Center has ordered to catch pythons that are becoming a serious threat to other wild animals.
A large number of small animals such as rabbit, deer, crocodile and birds have been killed by these pythons
On behalf of the wildlife protection center there were various efforts to capture these pythons.
Last week captured and killed the largest Burmese python to be removed from Big Cypress National Preserve in the Florida Everglades
Male pythons are tagged with radio transmitters, allowing researchers to track the male as it moves toward breeding females.
The captured female python has 73 eggs inside her. This step has been taken because the Burmese pythons are potentially dangerous.
The captured Burmese Python was 17 feet long and weighed 140 pounds.
This captured Burmese Python is now considered to be the longest python in the world.
Florida has used other methods to manage the python population, including encouraging the human killing, pythons on private property and at 22 wildlife management areas, including Big Cypress.