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Florida pays python hunters to clear the Everglades. Ten years later, is it working?

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain Monsters slither throughout the crooked mangroves and serrated sawgrass of Florida’s Everglades, 20 feet long and up to 200 pounds of sinewy muscle built by devouring everything in their path. In a state chock full of invasive birds, fish, lizards and bugs, the Burmese python reigns supreme. Bite by bite, these

Huge groupers, the joy of Florida divers, are now ‘vulnerable’

The goliath grouper, which can weigh up to 360 kilograms (nearly 800 pounds), is a delight for divers, like this one in waters near Boynton Beach, Florida, though scientists warn its numbers are declining. The goliath grouper, a colossus of a fish that can weigh up to 360 kilograms (nearly 800 pounds), is the delight

In Florida, residents grapple with Hurricane Idalia’s toll

Many residents in Florida agree that as bad as Idalia was, things could have been worse. The hot Florida sunshine is broken by a gentle breeze, carrying with it salty sea air. But the mood is anything but idyllic as the town of Keaton Beach assesses the damage from Hurricane Idalia, which left overturned trees

Florida ocean temperature topped 100F, setting potential record

A parrotfish swims around a coral reef in Key West, Florida; About 25 percent of all marine species are found in or around these habitats. Shallow waters off south Florida topped 100 degrees Fahrenheit (37.8C) for several hours on Monday, potentially setting a new world record with temperatures more commonly associated with hot tubs. The

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