Miami Man Finds 100 Pound Burmese Python in His Shed
MIAMI, FL - A man was shocked to discover an unwanted guest while cleaning out his shed.
Fire Rescue was called to the home, where it took five men to lift the 100 pound Burmese Python.
Skeletal remains of other animals were also found, believed to have been eaten by the snake.
Officials believe, due to the animal's calm demeanor around people, that it may be someone's pet.
Owning a Burmese Python is prohibited by Florida law, and if an owner comes forward, they will be fined.
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