A Sneaky Way of Solving Florida's Python Problem
Top of Mind with Julie Rose - Radio Archive, Episode 748 , Segment 5
Episode: South Africa and Israel, Local Climate Change, Winter Olympics 2018
- Feb 15, 2018
- 12:51 mins
Guest: M. Rockwell Parker, PhD, Assistant Professor of Biology, James Madison University How do you catch a 20-foot long, 200-pound, alligator-eatin’ python? Or should you just run? Probably a good idea, but Burmese Pythons are a major problem in the Florida Everglades and they’re really tricky to catch. So a wily biologist named Rocky Parker has a tricky solution he’s hoping will work.