Giant pythons are absolutely having their way in the Florida Everglades. They're hungry and eating mammals at a breakneck pace. Beware. This isn't that soft Bill Nye sh*t.
The spread of non-native Burmese pythons has resulted in a drastic drop in recorded sightings of raccoons, rabbits and many other furry creatures. That's because they're likely being slowly digested by one of these badass snakes right now.
Seriously, these things destroy. They can grow up to 20 feet long and have no natural predators. Often times, they attack alligators, which can results in death for both animals. That's a hell of a way to go out.