Yo They Found a 9 foot Anaconda in Brevard County

BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. —Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officials said thanks to a quick report from a fisherman, a nine-foot-long green anaconda was euthanized before escaping into the water in Brevard County on Monday. FWC officials posted a photo of the non-native constrictor on their Facebook page Wednesday. According to FWC, the fisherman reported seeing a "very large snake" at the St. Johns River, near the Brevard-Orange county line. When officers arrived, they found the green anaconda on the riverbank. FWC officers were able to kill the snake before it escaped into the water. Officials said the green anaconda and seven other reptile species are considered dangerous to the ecology and/or health and welfare of the people of Florida. In Florida, green anacondas can only be possessed for research, commercial use or public exhibition purposes. Since the snake was not tagged as required by state law for the species, it's unclear how long the snake was in the wild.

BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. —Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officials said thanks to a quick report from a fisherman, a nine-foot-long green anaconda was euthanized before escaping into the water in Brevard County on Monday.
FWC officials posted a photo of the non-native constrictor on their Facebook page Wednesday.
According to FWC, the fisherman reported seeing a “very large snake” at the St. Johns River, near the Brevard-Orange county line. When officers arrived, they found the green anaconda on the riverbank.
FWC officers were able to kill the snake before it escaped into the water.
Officials said the green anaconda and seven other reptile species are considered dangerous to the ecology and/or health and welfare of the people of Florida.
In Florida, green anacondas can only be possessed for research, commercial use or public exhibition purposes. Since the snake was not tagged as required by state law for the species, it’s unclear how long the snake was in the wild.

Fucking Vicious. Not gonna lie, I’d rather the fact that we have 9 foot Anacondas roaming our backwoods than anything venomous. Cobras? fuck that. They’re fast, got venom, small and agile, and grill the fuck out of you until they decide to kill you. Well with an Anaconda, I feel like they’re a big, worthy enough adversary for my Mossberg. Thats right, 12 gauge slugs to their dome and i wouldn’t even hesitate. And fuck all these people saying they didn’t need to kill it. They dont need to let it live either. Yea its the owners fault for letting it loose in the wild, but im not letting him off the hook either. Lock his ass up for purchasing a god damn jungle snake larger than Manute Bol. If they aint endangered i have no problem with them euthanizing the shit out of it. Once that mother fucker gets into the waters who knows what kinda damage it can do. As far as im concerned it can kill a whole crew of documentary film makers unwillingly lead by Jon Voight. Yea you think they’re harmless and want nothing to do with humans and you go about trying to find the hidden tribe of the Shirishamas and next thing you know you cant scream because a giant ass anaconda is crushing your entire body and you need Ice Cube and J Lo to rescue your ass. Ice these motherfuckers if they’re in our waters.

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s