Burmese Python Eats Ten Bird Eggs, Vomits; Scientists Worried
An eight-foot-long Burmese python captured in Miami-Dade last year either watched Cool Hand Luke far too many times or was just very stupid and very hungry.
Study author Carla Dove of the Smithsonian's Feather Identification Lab says the findings are disconcerting because Burmese pythons haven't been known to go after bird eggs in the past.
Five of ten eggs eaten and puked back up by a snake.
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