Cold weather kills 90% of tracked Everglades pythons

03/24/2010 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

Unseasonably cold weather in South Florida took a steep toll on the Burmese python population in the Everglades and reignited a debate about regulations that would ban interstate sales of constrictors. Breeders say a ban would destroy their industry and kill thousands of jobs.

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