Fla. bolsters invasive snake eradication plans after dog killed

09/12/2013 | USA Today

An African rock python killed a 60-pound Siberian husky in mere minutes, and Florida authorities are planning to find and euthanize as many of the invasive species as possible to protect people, pets and wildlife. "Because they are not native, the other species are not equipped to deal with them," said Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission spokeswoman Carli Segelson. "Florida has a lot of protected species, and these snakes can prey upon small animals, reptiles and birds."

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