The Florida Everglades might be known for alligators and crocodiles, but there's another reptile snaking through those wetlands: the Burmese python. The Burmese python has become well established in the Everglades, even though it doesn't belong there. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar recently announced plans to advance a python eradication program. He's calling on licensed volunteers to hunt down and remove the estimated 100,000 pythons from the Everglades. Host Jeff Young talks with volunteer python hunter Greg Graziani.
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