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User: krawls (see all of krawls's photos)
Views: 2979
Date: 01/31/03
Filesize: 67.4k, 502 X 576
Image URL: http://gallery.kingsnake.com/data/203gatorandpython2.jpg
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thejim

Registered: 01/2003
Photos Uplaoded: 61
Comments Left: 0

Howed the gator get the burm?? What a waste of a great snake...
02-01-2003 12:56AM View thejim's Profile View thejim's Gallery  

marvass

Registered: 12/2002
Location: New York
Photos Uplaoded: 112
Comments Left: 0

damn, thats messed up. but i guess a gators gotta do what a gators gotta do. Rating: 5/5 
03-03-2003 03:09AM View marvass's Profile Visit marvass's Homepage! View marvass's Gallery  

rockpython5920

Registered: 07/2003
Location: New Jersey
Photos Uplaoded: 36
Comments Left: 0
I love wildlife

Why would someone do that what a beautiful burmeeze thats cruel i dont care if the gator had to eat or not they'll eat anything u give em. Rating: 1/5 
10-09-2003 08:51PM View rockpython5920's Profile  

danielaphe

Registered: 09/2003
Location: Monterrey, Mexico
Photos Uplaoded: 28
Comments Left: 0

is the burmese attacking the gator? i see its body coiled up...:(:(:(:(:(:(:(:(:(:(:(:(:(:(:(:(:(:(:(:(:(:(:(:(:(
10-09-2003 10:14PM View danielaphe's Profile View danielaphe's Gallery  

BMX_PYTHON

Registered: 07/2003
Location: bayonne to azn
Photos Uplaoded: 654
Comments Left: 0
beardies

The burms not attacking the gatpr, the gators attacking the burm. Rating: 1/5 
10-10-2003 06:47PM View BMX_PYTHON's Profile Visit BMX_PYTHON's Homepage! View BMX_PYTHON's Gallery  

Califia

Registered: 09/2003
Location: Texas, U.S.A.
Photos Uplaoded: 384
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Well, what to say. I have been married for nearly 4 years, have a child, 2 parrots, my bearded dragon, and some cichlids and crawfish. I no longer run a reptile rescue like I did 6 years ago, and I am currently a stay at home mom who makes jewelry.

ummm, looks to me like they went for the same prey, started fighting, and gator got the burm's neck while the burm tried to kill him.
01-03-2004 12:14AM View Califia's Profile Visit Califia's Homepage! View Califia's Gallery  

BMX_PYTHON

Registered: 07/2003
Location: bayonne to azn
Photos Uplaoded: 654
Comments Left: 0
beardies

I doubt they went for the same prey and started fighting. Burms and gators don't even live together! Someone's burm probably died and they fed it to the gator.
01-03-2004 03:08AM View BMX_PYTHON's Profile Visit BMX_PYTHON's Homepage! View BMX_PYTHON's Gallery  

Benz

Registered: 10/2003
Location: Ottawa,Ontario,CANADA
Photos Uplaoded: 49
Comments Left: 0

Hey,

This pic is old. But to let all of you people who havent read the story know, the gator let go of the burm and they both ended up alive and well.



Thanks,
Ben
01-03-2004 07:05PM View Benz's Profile  

alkee42

Registered: 01/2003
Photos Uplaoded: 71
Comments Left: 0

I was thinking that the burm was either an escapee or someone had let him go and the gator happend to get a hold of it. I know several people who have caught normal and albino burms as well as redtail boas in and around the everglades. It's to bad that some people wont make the time to find an animal the proper home. Anyways, good to hear that the snake was alright but how did it get in the gators mouth in the first place.
01-05-2004 05:39PM View alkee42's Profile View alkee42's Gallery  

skid

Registered: 12/2004
Location: Seattle
Photos Uplaoded: 44
Comments Left: 0
0.2 Leopard Geckos, 0.1 Honduran Milk Snake, 0.0.1 Brown anole, 0.1 Bearded Dragon, 0.1 Dumerils Boa, 0.0.1 Green Tree Python

i read in the latest issue of reptiles magazine that some burms were getting astablished in the everglades is that what happened?
02-10-2005 12:07AM View skid's Profile View skid's Gallery  

snakepimp

Registered: 06/2002
Location: Boise, ID
Photos Uplaoded: 24
Comments Left: 0
I breed snakes, and I think it's fun.

I don't know the story behind this pic, but it's true that Burms are getting well-established in Florida.
I saw a pic here on kingsnake.com posted by Hoppy, of a Burmese longer than Hoppy's patrol car, (20 feet!) that he himself shot. (the photograph)
If the present mage was a picture from the Florida Everglades, I wouldn't be surprised, but I'd like to know the full story, I hadn't seen this picture before.
01-12-2006 03:55PM View snakepimp's Profile Visit snakepimp's Homepage! View snakepimp's Gallery  

SNAKE4420

Registered: 12/2005
Location: SHELTON C.T.
Photos Uplaoded: 182
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i am a cool guy i have assorted ball pythons which i am going to breed 0.1 normal 0.1 lemon pastel 1.0 A1grade pastel 1.0 pinstripe 1.0 black pastel 1.0 tangerine honduran milksnake 1.0 albino red corn 0.1 abbott corn 1.0 albino ball python

YES BURMESE PYTHONS ARE BREEDING AND DOING WELL IN THE EVERGLADES TROPICAL CLIMATE THAT MATCHES THIER OWN HOME COUNTRY YOU WILL SEE MORE OF THIS I CAN ASSURE YOU OF THIS
02-16-2007 04:36AM View SNAKE4420's Profile