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Police in South Florida captured what they say is an almost 14-foot long Burmese python. A homeowner found the serpent while ...
cleaning out his shed. (Aug. 5)
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SHOTLIST:AP -- AP CLIENTS ONLYHialeah, Florida -- August 4, 20131. Pan to snake inside shed, back to part of snake outside shed, zoom in, then crews grab onto snake 2. Medium people handling snake3. Medium, tape measure being used to measure snake 4. Close up, head of snake5. Pan showing length of snake6. Medium, snake being put into bagSTORYLINE:A South Florida man who was cleaning out his shed discovered a 100-pound Burmese python hiding in it. The man notified police and Miami-Dade Fire Rescue's Anti-Venom unit responded to the home.According to police, the homeowner was cleaning out his shed at around 8:30 p.m. Sunday with a friend when the giant reptile came out of hiding from underneath some storage bins. Authorities worked to carefully remove the snake, needing the help of five crew members to lift it out. Burmese pythons are a major concern in South Florida, though typically found in the Everglades where they have been released by pet owners and allowed to reproduce unchecked. It seems this snake was no exception. In addition to a massive amount of snake skin left behind in the shed, crews also found skeletal remains of what appears to be a small cat. Unfortunately for neighbors with lost pets, animal rescue believes they may have found the culprit. That homeowner noted that one of his three cats had recently gone missing.(****END****)