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Burmese Pythons are natives of Southeast Asia Malaysia and Indonesia due to its warm humid weather and rich animal culture Recently in the past decade the specie has made itself a new home far away from South East Asia South Florida about eight thousand miles away from south East Asia in a way has its similarities Due to its similarities there has been a major increase of the Burmese python here in south Florida and by the looks of it they are here to stay for a while These snakes have been multiplying in bunches and are eating through the everglades like a buffet at a five star restaurant If actions are taken more extremely to eliminate this invasive specie we have here in the everglades the python will leave the ecosystem in one of the biggest national park reserves we have here in the us looking like a dry wasteland taken over by snakes Everglades national park is the main source of water for Miami and all of southeastern Florida Its where fresh and salt water meet full of shallow bays although some areas can get deep This place is home to over one hundred and fifty different types of fish and over four hundred land and water vertebrae animals Over one thousand species of seed-bearing plants 25 different types of orchids and one hundred and twenty different kind of trees Meaning the everglades is one of the biggest eco systems we have here in the United States What keeps the cycle going every year in the everglades is the mass flooding that occurs every year in the swamp But since the eighteen eightys drainage and flood control programs out east has dramatically changed the everglades This causes the whole balance of the ecosystem to be diminished gator holes have been drying out faster which shortens the period of food production which reduces the number of birds etc Which is why the everglades
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