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A new record 18-foot, 215 pound Burmese python was captured in Florida with hoofs in its stomach

'These pythons have the ability to totally alter the ecosystem, and I would say they probably already have.'

By Colin Wolf

Lured with a much smaller snake as bait, trackers recently bagged the largest invasive Burmese python ever caught in Florida—weighing  a massive 215 pounds and measuring nearly 18 feet in length. The female snake, which was 30 pounds heavier than the previous record, was captured in the western Everglades last December by python hunters with the Conservancy of Southwest Florida, reports National Geographic...

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The 'Gargoyle House,' a historic St. Pete home designed by Vinoy architect Henry L. Taylor, is now for sale

An historic home built for one of St. Pete's "Founding Mothers" is now for sale in the Old Northeast neighborhood. Located at…

By Colin Wolf

The 'Gargoyle House,' an historic St. Pete home designed by Vinoy architect Henry L. Taylor, is now for sale
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Hillsborough pet shelter is at 500% capacity, here are a few of the adoptable pets looking for homes right now

For the past week, Hillsborough County Pet Resource Center has been overrun with adoptable cats and dogs. According to a press release,…

By CL Staff

Hillsborough pet shelter is at 500% capacity, here are a few of the adoptable pets looking for homes right now
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A St. Pete midcentury home designed by famed architect William B. Harvard is now for sale

The legacy of late Tampa Bay architect William B. Harvard Sr includes notable local buildings like the now demolished Inverted Pyramid Pier…

By CL Staff

A St. Pete mid-century home designed by famed architect William B. Harvard is now for sale
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Everyone we saw at Dunedin’s Inaugural Pride Week kickoff

[image-50] Dunedin looks a little different this month. The city’s hosted a gay club and a small LGBTQ population for as long…

By Jennifer Ring

Dunedin's Pride golf cart parade happened on Saturday, June 11, 2022.
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