Florida Burmese Python

Wildlife researchers in the US have captured Florida's biggest Burmese python

The 18-foot-long, 215-pound female python was carrying 112 eggs

Conservancy of Southwest Florida scientists nabbed the python in the Everglades in December

Biologists implant radio transmitters in male'scout' snakes to monitor breeding, migration, and habitat utilisation

Biologists implant radio transmitters in male'scout' snakes to monitor breeding, migration, and habitat utilisation

These scout snakes assist find breeding aggregations and large female snakes

After tracking the breeding female, researchers remove her and her eggs from the wild

The snake's last meal was an adult white-tailed deer, according to her digestive contents

The Burmese python is an invasive species in Florida, meaning it's not native and impacts other species

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