Snake in Florida Eats Python as Chilling X-Ray Reveals Bones

Zoo Miami made a surprising discovery when it couldn't locate a Burmese python it had been tracking in Florida.

Instead, it found a native cottonmouth snake, with the python and its tracker ingested inside.

X-ray images released by the zoo show the consumed snake's spine and the tracker visible inside the prey's body.

The x-ray also shows that the Burmese python was eaten tail-first by the native snake.

"The snake was actually found consumed by a Cottonmouth in the Picayune Strand State Forest in Southwest Florida in May of 2021,"  Director Ron Magill told Newsweek.

By implanting these snakes with transmitters, researchers are able to study their movements in hopes of developing better ways to control this invasive species."

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