Delilah is 400 pounds Boa Constrictor snake

More Large Nonnative Snakes Are Showing Up In Private Homes

Florida officials recently removed two unlicensed snakes from a west Florida home. A 17 foot long female, and an 11 foot long male. The female weighed 150 pounds.

Boa Constrictor

Also, an 11 foot long feral Boa Constrictor which has been seen time and time again in the St. Petersburg area over the past few months was finally tracked and caught by a professional trapper .

Burmese Python

The same day, Delilah, an 18 foot, 400 pound Burmese python was removed from a yard in Apopka, Florida. She is 16 years old, and makes a meal of 7 rabbits. Only problem is that she tends to escape her enclosure from time to time, making the neighbors a bit nervous.

Officials determined that the chain link enclosure that contained Delilah was unsuitable, and confiscated her.

Do you have a pet snake that has gotten out of control? Can’t find enough rabbits to feed that monster anymore? Call us at Nuisance Wildlife Removal and we’ll help with the problem.

CALL 866-263-WILD (9453)

One Response to Really Large Snake Removal

  1. Lorraine B says:

    Perhaps snakes should be chipped and rendered infertile before
    purchased. If they are let free, they could be tracked. If they fall off the grid, they can not reproduce.
    Neither of these are my suggestions…just thought I would pass them on to you.

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