October 14, 2009 7:09 AM

Report assesses risks from South Florida's big snakes

There are a few upbeat findings in a new federal study of the assorted threats posed to the nation by Burmese pythons and eight other large exotic constrictors. South Florida ranks as ground zero for potential ecological damage from giant invasive snakes, according to the new risk assessment.

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