Reader Participation Day: Has the Presence of Pythons Changed the Way You Feel About Visiting Everglades National Park?
Everglades National Park now has a large population of Burmese pythons that can grow to very large size. The largest captured so far was a 16-footer that weighed 140 pounds.
The National Park Service believes that the snakes are bad for the Everglades ecosystem, but pose very little threat to Everglades visitors. Do you agree? Has the presence of the pythons changed the way you feel about visiting Everglades National Park?