Cold snap halts advancing pythons

BBC: A cold snap last winter may have helped arrest the spread of Burmese pythons through the US state of Florida. In recent years, the huge snakes have secured a foothold in the southeastern US, after having escaped or been released into the wild by pet owners. But hundreds of the snakes did not survive unusually low temperatures last January, a monitoring study reveals. Though the pythons remain a threat to biodiversity in Florida, it now appears less likely they will ......

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