Up to half of South Florida's invasive pythons may have been killed by cold weather; none found in hunt

An unseasonably cold winter may have taken care of what python hunters could not. Not one python has been caught since the state started allowing hunters to track them on state-managed lands around the Everglades.

The season started March 8 and ends Saturday. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission says cold weather may have killed up to 50 percent of the state’s pythons.

— New York Times