Python Hunt Gets Personal For Fla. Reporter

A news crew with the CBS station WFOR-TV in Miami was reporting on an invasion of non-native species of snakes when it got into trouble with another non-native species: a swarm of African killer bees.

Working with a snake hunter, a WFOR-TV reporter and photographer ran into a hive before being chased about a half-mile down the road. If that wasn’t bad enough, the reporter lost his wedding ring in the commotion that surrounded the bee attack.

Read full story HERE.


About Candace M Hansen

Wildlife advocate, conservationist and environmentalist.
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One Response to Python Hunt Gets Personal For Fla. Reporter

  1. JD Hartzel says:

    My point about invasive species.. they are worried about iguanas and pyhons. well there is killer bees that have spread right through USA. killer bees kill hundreds of people and animals. And guess what they are a hybrid made by man to produce more honey. guess what they dont they just attack and kill anything that gets close to their hive. Ive said this before nature has its way to deal with problems. man can help

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