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Photographer Captures Rare Scene In Florida: ‘I Knew Immediately I Was Seeing Something Very Special’

via BBC
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Alison Joslyn, an amateur photographer in Florida, captured a video of an alligator eating a large Burmese python in Everglades National Park.

The park is the only place where alligators coexist with crocodiles.

“I knew immediately I was seeing something very special,” Joslyn said. (Trending: Democrat Found Guilty In Corruption Trial)

“I thought both might be dead until the gator opened an eye to look at me! Phew! Score one for the home team!”

The Burmese python is considered invasive and has a significant impact on native wildlife in Florida.

The park is home to numerous endangered and threatened species and attracts around 1 million visitors annually.

“In Florida, Burmese pythons have been found to prey upon a variety of mammals, birds, reptiles even alligators,” FWC stated.

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