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Looking for a job? Florida is searching for 50 brave people to hunt pythons

Looking for a job? Florida is searching for 50 brave people to hunt pythons

412 Replies to “Looking for a job? Florida is searching for 50 brave people to hunt pythons”

  1. September 18, 2019 Sandra Merritt

    Where exactly are all of these big snakes coming from if the are not indigenous to the area

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    1. October 1, 2019 Cl

      They have been released by owners or have escaped during storms. They now have breeding populations.

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      1. October 9, 2019 Captain

        NO.. the owners would be fined up to 1000.00 dollars for having 1. So they turned them loose instead of turning them in to be killed..

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      2. October 10, 2019 Loren Walker

        Lived in Miami ,Kendall ,Country Walk and Homestead area before and after Hurricane Andrew for several years familiar with situation and area and I’m a snake handler used to keep breeding pairs and capture in wild and sale

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      3. October 10, 2019 Rebecca Parkis

        They weren’t released by their owners a hurricane destroyed a reptile breeding facility which released them all into the Everglades

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      4. October 13, 2019 Rhonda

        The snakes were not release by owners, it was a facility that was destroyed during a hurricane. All the snakes
        escaped

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        1. October 20, 2019 tom

          and the snakes are also being freed by theyre owners because they cant handle them

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      5. October 14, 2019 Gregory Starinchak

        A breeding facility in southern florida was hit by a hurricane few years ago and thats what started the huge population in florida .

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        1. October 17, 2019 Cary

          Ha! A few years ago! People have been releasing these snakes for decades there! It’s not just a breeding facility. How do I know? I lived there!!

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    2. October 2, 2019 Nikki

      People buy them as pets without having any clue how to care for them. They also have no idea how large Burmese pythons grow, or how long the live. After the cutest baby snakes get too large for them to take care of they just let them go into the wild.

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      1. October 9, 2019 Captain

        No the owners turned them loose because they were going to get fined 1000.00 for having 1.

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      2. October 10, 2019 Alan G

        Very few if any were privately bred and released. The genetic markers on the ones captured indicate that they were most likely the result of flooding at the Miami Serpentarium during hurricane Andrew. The genetic markers in the the pet trade are different than the ones captured in the wild. There are also problems with Nutria and Nile monitors.

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      3. October 11, 2019 Michele

        Although this happens once in awhile the reason this is a problem is because of a hurricane destroying a breeding facility. Pythons were able to adapt and breed easily in the Everglades as they have plenty of food sources.

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      4. October 12, 2019 Joe

        That is only 10% of why they are out there. The infestation of these snakes and more. Along with many lizards species in south Florida can be tracked back to a hurricane that hit south Florida. That hurricane destroyed many buildings and those building have petshops in them and o do believe there was a herp show going on that was hit and caused animals to go free.

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        1. October 18, 2019 Ima Conch

          I respectfully disagree about the hurricanes. I grew up in Key West and baby iguanas were common in the pet shops in the mid 60’s. I had one that grew to about 3 ft and got away from us. Many more got released either by accident or intentional. Same goes for snakes. I went through hurricane Andrew and I’m sure many were released by damaging winds but there’s never been any official cause of the snake population. Just a combination of natural and man made disasters.

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      5. October 14, 2019 Jake

        It is not just pet owners that this problem arosed from.

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    3. October 3, 2019 Michael Shea

      Initially, they got a foothold by being released as ‘pets’ no longer wanted. This has been building slowly since about the 50s, and has gained a lot of momentum as the population of them has increased. The habitat is ideal, the food sources are abundant, after they reach a certain size they have no natural predators and the find mates through an excellent sense of smell.

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      1. October 9, 2019 Captain

        The owners released them because they were going to be fined 1000.00 for having 1.

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      2. October 10, 2019 Cathy Sapp

        Actually you are very wrong….this was not a problem until 1991….when Hurricane Andrew devastated the area, destroying several zoo’s in the area…..I lived in the are from 1969 to 1991.

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        1. October 16, 2019 There were already breeding populations in South Florida before hurricane Andrew in 1992 The were already pythons breeding in the wild prior to hurricane Andrew in 1992

          Burmese pythons were already breeding in the Everglades prior to 1991

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      3. October 14, 2019 Joshua Wishon

        These weren’t Released as Pets. Some are. But many are from an owner who had many Burmese Pythons and Green Anacondas in the 90’s when a Hurricane sent them into the wild of the Wetlands. Some Owners might’ve had some released. Or escaped. But for the majority they have bred and had babies. Over the years it’s become a problem.

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    4. October 7, 2019 Im i interested

      Im interested in doing this

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    5. October 8, 2019 Jefferi

      Personal pets that get too big

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    6. October 8, 2019 Rebecca

      They are coming from owners who ordered them online and all the sudden could not care for them anymore so they just dumped them where they thrive and grow to be huge. It’s not like people purchase them as 20 foot predators, they purchase them as babies and dont follow through. Nobody should own a python. My gosh, let them live in the wild and have the life they need in the what we know as the circle of life. Where nature takes care of how many are on earth versus man ordering them by the thousands online.

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    7. October 8, 2019 Kimber

      I couldn’t kill one

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    8. October 8, 2019 M amos

      Owners let them go when get to big…breeders lose them from storm damage or poor containment. Then they breed like crazy and eat everything…..

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    9. October 8, 2019 howard meredith

      no people turn them loose when they dont want them anymore and they are spreading like wild fire down there …. and some storms that came in to florida tore up places that had them and they got loose in the wild

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    10. October 8, 2019 Kristee Pruitt

      I would love to give my shot at this I’m currently unemployed And my kids are grown so I am spending a lot of my time doing nothing . I’m a fast learner and love hands on training.. who knows this could be my calling.. Snake handler…
      Give me a try I promise you won’t regret it I will do the best I can do give my 100%

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    11. October 8, 2019 John Lockard

      Some are from people releasing them MOST are from a huge snake facility getting wiped out by Hurricane Andrew. Thousands of reptiles got loose from the destruction of the facility.

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    12. October 9, 2019 Barry Wells

      I was born the snake charmer I grew up catching dime backs rattlers in California and milking them for their venom and I am a country boy from Pike county Mississippi whom is known for catching cotton mouth mockiesons and coriswip snakes 😁

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      1. October 16, 2019 larry lynch

        we can only hope your snake catching is better than your english eh?

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    13. October 9, 2019 Timothy hazzlerigg

      Im 46 been handling snakes in warren county Mississippi around 40 years

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    14. October 9, 2019 Malik Selby

      Initially they ended up being blown into the swamp by Hurricane Andrew when it destroyed a reptile storage facility of a reptile supplier

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    15. October 10, 2019 Cathy Sapp

      They were in enclosures in several zoo’s that were destroyed when Hurricane Andrew devastated the east coast of South Florida in 1991.

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    16. October 10, 2019 Michal Freeman

      Can you kill them

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    17. October 11, 2019 Orlando

      I’m ready to hunt every single they need me to do it

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    18. October 11, 2019 John

      Imported as pets and released when they become large.

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    19. October 12, 2019 Julie Dawn

      College students are known to get them and when they’re moved somewhere else they release them. Also people get them as pets and then decide they no longer want them and let them go. In my opinion they should be banned all together. They’re dangerous and people think they have a “pet” snake that loves them.
      Yeah he loves ya, love to eat ya. The one and only reason a python doesn’t attack its owner is because he’s in between feedings. That’s the only reason. I know because I also had one years ago and a friend of mine was a snake expert and raised them to sell. They are NEVER tame.
      They should be banned and against the law.

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    20. October 12, 2019 I’m in give me a call 360-707-1527and my son CJmy son CJ

      I would be there in a heartbeat if I have the job and my son CJ

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    21. October 13, 2019 Tim

      The government introduced them into the Everglades to try to battle the alligator epidemic. Unfortunately it backfired and now the snakes have eaten everything.

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      1. October 16, 2019 Pete

        Alligator epidemic? Since when are endangered species an an epidemic?

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    22. October 13, 2019 Lois

      They’re pets that either escape or people let them go.

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    23. October 14, 2019 My sister had two ball pythons. They were huge. I fed them and handled them. I was also raised hunting and fishing in texas. I live in destin and ready to wotk and relocate if nessary

      Pick me. I am worth it. I love new experiences in a heterosexual fashion. Lol

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    24. October 14, 2019 Stewart Headquist

      Interested in job

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    25. October 15, 2019 angel rosario

      Hurricane Andrew was a big help

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    26. October 15, 2019 John Smith

      Duh, where have you been the past 20 years???

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    27. October 18, 2019 Jeremiah Turner

      Losers that kept them as pets released them into the glades when they got to big

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    28. October 24, 2019 Wiley Morse

      Sounds fun how much does it pay and where we stay at when there

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  2. September 19, 2019 Kenneth W Cook

    I would like the chance to have a job doing this been hunting all my life

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  3. October 3, 2019 Eric Kane

    Interested
    Im in Wisconsin. Do you have a program to relocate

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    1. October 8, 2019 stuart

      Yep you can relocate to the afterlife, introduced pest so no where for them to go

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    2. October 10, 2019 Justin

      I’m interested but I live in Oklahoma and would also be curious if there was a relocating program

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    3. October 11, 2019 Cat Birch

      Lol yeah the relocation program goes like this: put your stuff in your car and drive to south Florida.

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      1. October 17, 2019 Michael Roth

        Relocate program entails jumping in your car and driving there . I guess if interested , one should fill out an application and see what happens .

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  4. October 5, 2019 Robert Sutton

    I am a great hunter and carry a concealed handgun license and would like to help people for their safety

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  5. October 6, 2019 Laura Weaver

    I understand the need to exterminate or remove invasive species. I could do this job. I was reared in south Georgia swamps. Not isolated but familiar with conditions….which is why I need to ask about hours, lodging and pay.

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  6. October 7, 2019 Ray Metzgar

    I’ll do it for free. Supply me with a baby Winnebago, food, and a small run for my dogs and I’ll hunt them during the winter months .

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  7. October 7, 2019 Trent Alleman

    I’m in Indianapolis and would love to come out and join

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  8. October 7, 2019 Kevin McCroskey

    I am ready to do this. Wildlife biologists degree and wildlife herpetologist.

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  9. October 7, 2019 Connie Truett

    After hurricane Andrew… reptile farm in south Florida was destroyed in which the pythons escaped .. this was the beginning of the pythons high population

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  10. October 7, 2019 Mark Ishmael

    Information please

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  11. October 7, 2019 Jerry Messer

    Live in NC and I’m ready.

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  12. October 7, 2019 Chad washington

    Hi I’m a Fla. Resident that moved to ga but I would love to come back and help with the mission of removing the invasive species thanks for the opportunity.

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  13. October 7, 2019 Anne Cooper

    By “hunt” to you mean kill? The word “humane” is mentioned in the article? Are they euthanized after capture? Or are they hunted and killed on the spot, and if so, how are they killed?

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  14. October 7, 2019 Deezy

    I would love to hunt them. Just what the pay looking like??

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  15. October 7, 2019 Wayne white

    Interested in hunting pythons .!

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  16. October 7, 2019 Robert

    What’s the pay

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  17. October 7, 2019 Allen

    What is the pay hourly

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  18. October 7, 2019 Daniel crossen

    I’m interested sign me up

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  19. October 7, 2019 Eric Stone

    I have had snakes my whole life. Love them and respect them. I catch rattlesnakes on the road to keep them from getting run over. I have been relocating snakes for years. I would love a job like this

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  20. October 7, 2019 Larry

    Have hunted snakes in Oklahoma and new Mexico and I’m interested in hunting your pythons

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  21. October 7, 2019 Tracy

    Would like to help I live in SC

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  22. October 7, 2019 LA chapo

    Do this anyway if love to come help!

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  23. October 7, 2019 Scott

    Wud love to have this job please send me a email and more details

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  24. October 7, 2019 George Hill

    Ex deputy fish warden in Pa. Also hunted rattlesnakes for 15 years

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  25. October 7, 2019 Justin Dakota Jones

    very interested in job willing to make move tomorrow and get started

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  26. October 7, 2019 Shane Williams

    I am interested in hunting the snakes for you. Please provide details.

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  27. October 7, 2019 David Stewart

    I live in north Alabama and I would be very interested if room and board is included .

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  28. October 7, 2019 Kevin fisher

    How do i apply?

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  29. October 8, 2019 RJ

    Sign me up I have owned 20’ Snakes

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  30. October 8, 2019 Seth Reed

    I’ve always loved snakes and been catching them all my life . I have really good handling experience. I’m in Louisiana

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  31. October 8, 2019 Cody Capps

    I am very interested in this. I have raised snakes for over 25 years

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  32. October 8, 2019 Susan

    I’m a 58 year old female whose owned snakes my entire life ! Do I qualify 🤔?

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  33. October 8, 2019 Jon

    where do I send a resume or with at a app

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  34. October 8, 2019 Kevin Dubois

    I live in Pensacola Fl. but would like the opportunity to round up some python in the Everglades this season. I caught many different kinds of snakes.

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  35. October 8, 2019 Josh myers

    Sign me up

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  36. October 8, 2019 Josh elizondo

    Contact me, I’d like more info on this..

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  37. October 8, 2019 Wayne mcpeak

    How does this pay and where is the locations that need the most attention?

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  38. October 8, 2019 Ron mccalvin

    I am very interested in a shot at this

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  39. October 8, 2019 Mad Doktor

    I’m retired and have most everything I’d need to dispatch pythons to the afterlife…

    Would they be willing to pay me straight pay and let me take care of the taxes? Being on Social Security, I can’t make much money before they start cutting my check…

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  40. October 8, 2019 Jason Turner

    I’m moving to FL in 3 weeks…how much they paying??

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  41. October 8, 2019 Joseph

    I am interested!
    Where do i sign up?

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  42. October 8, 2019 Matthieu Benge

    Best meat, can we do tv show for reality show , I will find some brothers want to eat it, surviving show

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  43. October 8, 2019 William

    What does this pay?

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  44. October 8, 2019 Matthieu Benge

    Is legal to eat it??? I used to hunt and eat it in Africa text me please 573-462-9110 let do tv shows if isn’t illegal please

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  45. October 8, 2019 Jeff Rankin

    Im in. Letz go. Ive caught rattle snakes my whole life pythons aint nothin.

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  46. October 8, 2019 Coreyborel

    Can you send me more info on this thanks

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  47. October 8, 2019 Rebecca Miles

    This has become a problem because people who paid for exotic pets like these Burmese pythons and other species just gave up on them and threw them in the FLorida Everglades. If they are no native to the area, are they relocating them or uthenizing them? I dont care what they do but their should. Be a clear plan. And communicate that to the people, American people. Not just tell fascinating stories. THere has to be some sort of mitigation plan for this invasive species???? There has to be a plan like all other regions of the country that have to deal with the Same thing.

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  48. October 8, 2019 GlennTitchener

    Good day
    My Name is Glenn, I live in south africa.
    And spend alot of time in the woods hunting
    We also have a lake where we fish.
    Love the outdoors.
    Have passport and ready to re locate have two willing sons.
    Thank you
    GlennTitchener

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  49. October 8, 2019 Wyatt Letson

    For us that live out of state but are interested in this. Do you have some sort of funding/ program where we could relocate?

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  50. October 8, 2019 Jim Gouthro

    I’m Interested

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  51. October 8, 2019 Ronnie Morgan

    I would like the job…what the hourly rate an i live in wilson Arkansas do yall pay the travel expenses an room an board

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  52. October 8, 2019 Shaun Lewis

    Instead in doing this

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  53. October 8, 2019 Jarrah

    Fly me from Australia I have no problem catching snakes

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  54. October 8, 2019 Andrew Parrillo

    I would like a job going door to door checking to make sure owners still have pythons they bought. If not I make them go out and hunt two snakes for every one they can’t account for. Their free to go back to their lives as soon as they do this.

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  55. October 8, 2019 Mark

    Do we get to kill them or catch them and what pay do you supply housing

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  56. October 8, 2019 Matthew iuen

    How do i apply

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  57. October 8, 2019 Darryl Wheeler

    Would like more info on the position mentioned in the above article!!!!!!

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  58. October 8, 2019 Jessica Lewis

    Where are these snakes going? It says caught humanely and sent to the great “beyond” what? Let’s get down to the facts here, what are they doing with these snakes? Are they being rescued by zoo’s or are they “humanely” killing them? What’s the facts on this?

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  59. October 8, 2019 Samantha

    This sounds awesome! And it is a way to help out the ecosystem and meet some awesome people! I wouldn’t just be in it for the money, this actually looks cool as all get out!!

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  60. October 8, 2019 Charles Williams

    Please send me more information. I am very interested in this program.

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  61. October 8, 2019 Anon

    I wouldn’t kill the snakes but capture them and transport them back to their native environment. The species in the wild are borderline extinction.

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  62. October 8, 2019 Doc baker

    What you paying

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  63. October 8, 2019 Joseph Bailey

    This is a job i would love will be good at fearless and dependable

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  64. October 8, 2019 Bridget Gilmore

    I am very interested in the job. I have no official training. Would I I have a chance to participate in the program? I am quick learner and hard worker. I’m glad to see them sent to other places. Would be willing to relocate.

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  65. October 8, 2019 Hank Williams

    Im interested would like a little more information

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  66. October 8, 2019 James Wilson

    I’m in north Florida but I’m interested in a job

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  67. October 8, 2019 Dakota

    I am looking for work I would love to come out there and do this

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  68. October 8, 2019 Daniel Lincoln

    Email me please, very interested.

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  69. October 8, 2019 Eric Bruce

    Very interested in this work . would love to know more have several years of reptile handling under my belt and am a very fast learner! Willing to relocate from Virginia!

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  70. October 8, 2019 Collin

    How much does it pay, I have raised all types of pythons and anacondas would be very interested

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  71. October 8, 2019 Justin toney

    How do I apply

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  72. October 8, 2019 Shannon Hines

    I’m interested, I have bred and raised many different species of pythons since 2001 and have lots of experience with large snakes
    Please email me with specifics
    Thanks

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  73. October 8, 2019 Christopher smith

    I would love to do this please send me info

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  74. October 8, 2019 David Williams

    Do yall help with relocating

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  75. October 8, 2019 Andrew Albertson

    I want to do it

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  76. October 8, 2019 James bulluck

    I’m interested!

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  77. October 8, 2019 Ryan Jessup

    How do I apply

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  78. October 8, 2019 Billy Murray

    I’m just curious what’s all involved with it and where you have to go to do it please send me information thank you

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  79. October 8, 2019 Brandon edwards

    Looking for a job and dont care what it is…. Email me and let me know what all i need and where is sign up at. Thank you and have a GREAT DAY.
    P.S. I love snakes

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  80. October 8, 2019 Tim

    What’s it pay

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  81. October 8, 2019 Glen Roth

    born and bred on a farm all my life and have been dealing with venomous snakes all the time I have been in the local newspaper for fighting with a python saving my dogs

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  82. October 8, 2019 Darren Moore

    Would love this job

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  83. October 8, 2019 Leon vermeulen

    When can i start.i can start imidiatly.

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  84. October 8, 2019 Taylor j Griffis

    I am very interested in doing this, I would love a application to fill out, my email is taylorjgriffis100411@gmail.com and my cell is 1-269-635-1915

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  85. October 8, 2019 James Doster

    Would love to do this.been catching snakes all my life not this big tho.how much does this job pay byvthe hour?

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  86. October 8, 2019 Tim omalley

    Im interested have alot of burm exsperience

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  87. October 8, 2019 Billy w.boyett

    I am interested in the work can you please provide contact info

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  88. October 9, 2019 Abraham Schuster

    Sounds like good job 👍🏽 and interesting

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  89. October 9, 2019 James David robinson

    Send me some info

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  90. October 9, 2019 Matt

    What is the pay?

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  91. October 9, 2019 Stacy Puckett

    I would like more information
    I am interested in the snake removal job.
    I lived in Inverness Florida for 4 years so its like my second home. So if you can get back to me as soon as possible that would be great. Thank you for your time

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  92. October 9, 2019 Jim

    How much does the job pay and do the hunters keep the snake skins,

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  93. October 9, 2019 Barry Wells

    I was born the snake charmer I grew up catching dime backs rattlers in California and milking them for their venom and I am a country boy from Pike county Mississippi whom is known for catching cotton mouth mockiesons and coriswip snakes 😁

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  94. October 9, 2019 Joe Bane

    I’d do it till they are clear from danger and help the environment in Florida, temporary of course, but I will kill it if it has to be done

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  95. October 9, 2019 Kenneth Townes

    Interested!!

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  96. October 9, 2019 Brett Wood

    I have shallow water boats, traps, and time to snake charm !
    808-864-2623

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  97. October 9, 2019 Waylon Davis

    I would really like more info about this. I have already taken the exam online a couple years ago anticipating a trip to Florida to do just this. But family issues directed me in another direction.

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  98. October 9, 2019 Christopher lefrancois

    I am from south Florida, I was all over south florida catching them out of the Everglades and lake okeechobee as well as a few other locations. If they pay well enough I can go clean out the area of the snakes. I have an eye for them and always have. I kind of miss catching them.

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  99. October 9, 2019 Cal

    I took care of snakes & reptiles atr the St. Louis Zoo.
    What do you mean exactly by “track and humanely dispatch pythons and other invasive…”

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  100. October 9, 2019 Robert Thomas

    Interested!!!

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  101. October 9, 2019 William Marshall

    Interested!

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  102. October 9, 2019 Joshua Ledbetter

    I wanna do this

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  103. October 9, 2019 Julie

    I am interested what is the pay like and how many hours A day

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  104. October 9, 2019 James McWilliams

    A buddy of mine here in Texas had one about 12 feet long & kept it in his garage in a large secured area. He handled it often, but one day while on his shoulders, it coiled on his arm & pulled his arm out of socket. We were both steel fabricators(fairly robust)-and he was out of work for 6 months with torn nerves , etc. He got rid of it shortly, no idea where, but feel he didn’t kill it.

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  105. October 9, 2019 Jr

    Moving to okeechobee interested

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  106. October 9, 2019 Jessie Chellis

    Been dealing with reptiles for a long time and have hunted all my life would love a chance to do this for a living

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  107. October 9, 2019 Chris Wilhoit

    I am interested and live in florida. Open to be contacted.

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  108. October 9, 2019 Chris Wilhoit

    Live in florida open to be contacted.

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  109. October 9, 2019 Julian turk

    I grew up in the wet lands of central Florida. I have been an outdoor enthusiast my whole life. I’m not scared of a little bite and I’m willing to go anywhere the job would need me to go. I would really think it would be a good job opportunity for me to start a career in wildlife.

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  110. October 9, 2019 Virginia Weeks

    I’m interested in the job I’m in South Carolina.

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  111. October 9, 2019 Rebecca Scovack

    How do I apply

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  112. October 9, 2019 Patrick

    Sign me up 🤙🏼

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  113. October 9, 2019 Francis Johnson

    I will like the chance to have a job

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  114. October 9, 2019 Francis Johnson

    I will be so glad to when I will start working

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  115. October 9, 2019 Mark giep

    Would like to find out more about this job , benefits and pay , originally from fl. But live in Louisiana and looking to move back .born and raised on a ranch and hunted my whole life.im an outdoors person and 58 yr young so get back with me on this

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  116. October 9, 2019 Jerry McRoberts

    How much does it pay?

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  117. October 9, 2019 Jeff Sutton

    Do you have a program for bbn people living in another state to come down and work?

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  118. October 9, 2019 Robert cox

    Interested how do I get started

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  119. October 9, 2019 Timothy Pass

    Have been catching snakes my whole life for free, would be nice to get paid for it.

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  120. October 9, 2019 Tim Bloodgood

    I’m interested and how much the pay is and what part of Florida are they showing up in but I’m very interested please get back to me

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  121. October 9, 2019 Josh Kline

    Love to do it how much

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  122. October 9, 2019 Greg Dilligard

    I would love to do this, I love snakes and have been catching and hunting them since I was a kid. Have also had several as pets

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  123. October 9, 2019 Kenneth Wade thrasher

    Would love to do it lived in east bonita almost all half my life 14 years with no electric love the out doors and would love to help save the wild life that is native to Florida would also like to catch the lizards extics that are taking over to it would be fun and exciting to help swfw district catch these invasive species and get them caught plus it would save our native species that belong here

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  124. October 9, 2019 Todd Strasser

    Former Naval Officer specializes in survival skills. Live in Ft. Pierce for 8 months out of the year. Sept-April.

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  125. October 9, 2019 Theodore Sauls

    I would love to do this honestly

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  126. October 9, 2019 Jermaine Taylor

    I’m in West Palm Beach FL I would love to do this

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  127. October 9, 2019 Jimmy

    How do I apply??

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  128. October 9, 2019 Bill Cannella

    I’m very interested in the job search for python wrangling. You have my email address and my phone number 941-237-1680

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  129. October 9, 2019 Bernie Watson

    Thinking about it

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  130. October 9, 2019 Craig Byrd

    Application. More info. Housing? Round trip? Ready to start tomorrow if paid by next week. Bring help? Family?

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  131. October 9, 2019 Jody hughes

    I’m interested

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  132. October 9, 2019 Sean

    It all started when hurricane Andrew hit Homestead in 1992. That area got wiped out. So whoever left their snakes behind lost them.

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  133. October 9, 2019 Jacob Lerow

    I would like more info on this please

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  134. October 9, 2019 Michael John McCann

    I caught one in Costa Rica. We met. 23 feet long. 25 inches around. I had help. He came out of the bushes while I was walking home. They said he did not eat me because if my cologne. Draka Noir that you!

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  135. October 9, 2019 OngBoCau

    If you find eggs or catch babies, can you keep them?

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  136. October 9, 2019 Bobby Fowler

    Do you Hire out of state guys and help locate living quarters to get started

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  137. October 10, 2019 Terry

    How much does it pay

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  138. October 10, 2019 Chris Fortenberry

    How much do you get paid and what do we use to get the snakes

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  139. October 10, 2019 Chance johnson

    I would love to do this i own and hunt to own large snakes contact me immediately please , thank you in advance.

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  140. October 10, 2019 Danielle Haupt

    Where do I sign up? I’m more than willing to help!!!

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  141. October 10, 2019 Susan Eichman

    How does one apply?

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  142. October 10, 2019 Lynn Walker

    Where can you sign up. I’ll hunt the snakes

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  143. October 10, 2019 Joshua Sessums

    I’m familiar with snakes and have no problem handling them.

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  144. October 10, 2019 Edna Sparks

    Looking forward to the excitement. Im educated about snakes an have hunt for them in the hills of Kentucky.

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  145. October 10, 2019 Robin Hutton

    I know someone very interested in becoming a hunter. Has handled wild snakes for many years would love to do this kind of work.

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  146. October 10, 2019 Edna SPARKS

    Im the exact person you need for this job.

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  147. October 10, 2019 James Kuck

    Would seriously consider being asked to become a Python Removal Agent. Please ship the particulars. Thank You. Jim Kuck

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  148. October 10, 2019 Tina Vanderbeck

    I’ll do it right now! 2 conditions: no kill, and you pay relocation.

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  149. October 10, 2019 Stan

    This would be a safer job for Hillary Clinton than going up against Donald Trump again.

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  150. October 10, 2019 James Burchfield

    What does it pay???

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  151. October 10, 2019 Joesph West

    I am interested

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  152. October 10, 2019 David peacock

    This is the job for me

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  153. October 10, 2019 Larry smith

    Where do I put app in I want to do this job

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  154. October 10, 2019 Frankie Parks

    How much does it pay? Does the state have a house to put me in for the time. Also is that dead or alive?

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  155. October 10, 2019 Deborah Beck

    Hopefully you rid FL of these by euthanizing them? Relocating will just cause a whole nother problem.

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  156. October 10, 2019 Jonathon dean

    Need to relocate and make some good money

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  157. October 10, 2019 Rae Motteram

    Why hunt them? They are harmless – those big guys are really really old!

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  158. October 10, 2019 Ronnie Vance

    Been hunting all my life.

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  159. October 10, 2019 Elizabeth Schultz

    Very interested in this job!

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  160. October 10, 2019 Rebecca Parkis

    they were not released by owners who no longer care for them a hurricane wiped out a reptile breeding facility which it put all the snakes into the Everglades where they are thriving beyond belief

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  161. October 10, 2019 Scott Edwards

    I am a hunting guide in Texas, Kansas, Colorado and New Mexico. Would be interested in helping out

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  162. October 10, 2019 derek

    interested how do I apply

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  163. October 10, 2019 Shane Armes

    Very interesting, I live in Marion, Indiana. Would be more than happy to relocate and take up exciting jobs. Is there programs to help relocate?

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  164. October 10, 2019 Kimberly keller

    They coming from the everglades

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  165. October 10, 2019 Jennifer

    Pay for my trip down there and I’m game….

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  166. October 10, 2019 Shawn

    How much does it Pay?

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  167. October 10, 2019 Stephen Landrigan

    Do we get to kill them for skins and meat or is this live capture and place in zoo settings

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  168. October 10, 2019 Coty Stracener

    I’m interested do y’all have a program to relocate cuz I don’t have the means to do so on my own right now

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  169. October 10, 2019 Carey Royals

    I would like to know more about the job an what would I need to work for your company

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  170. October 10, 2019 Bart Brun

    I’m Bruniinfrared..com I’ve worked with Bill Booth the Huntsman on locating the pythons with drone / infrared . We actually were on Swamp people in parie part Louisiana season 10 episode 15 voodoo python.We were also shot by National Geographic In reference To the python problem in Florida. Please let me know if I can be of assistance To you . Thanking your in advance Bart Bruni master. Thermographer Number 2 in the World 954-558-5257 my assistant number

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  171. October 10, 2019 ,Tom Baldwin

    NO. WHAT HAPPENED IS HURRICANE ANDREW HIT SOUTH FLORIDA AND FLATTENED EXOTIC WAREHOUSES. THE ” PEOPLE LETTING THEIR PETS GO ” IS WRONG. AND OVER THE YEARS THEY HAVE EATEN ALL THE NATURAL INHABITANTS OF THE EVERGLADES. NOW YOU KNOW.

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  172. October 10, 2019 Corren brenner

    I’d be happy to help you hunt these reticulated pythons

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  173. October 10, 2019 Daniel Hurayt

    I have worked in the Everglades, and would love to get back there. Especially to help the ecosystem.

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  174. October 10, 2019 mark enquist

    are they to be killed on site or trapped and relocated?

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  175. October 10, 2019 Frankie Howard

    Equipment that I need bring with me, who do I report to, what part state I be working in, will I be responsible for room and meal, how much pay per hr, is there any per diem

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  176. October 10, 2019 Randall Mann

    I was registered with the FWC as a snake relocation technician and have had 40 years of experience with Burmese Pythons. I would Love to come back to Florida and hunt them. Currently in Indiana but would have no issues with relocating.

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  177. October 10, 2019 Thomas DuBose

    How do you apply for this job? I am very interested in applying. Thank you, Tommy DuBose

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  178. October 10, 2019 Christopher Stewart

    Also they are able to inter breed with African rock pythons. Making them more aggressive, and much larger and African rock pythons have Big fangs. They have been know to eat full grown deer, children and are capable of eating full grown man. They a Burmese python/african rock python mix has been known to grow as much as 2 times the size of average burmese. They are highly invasive and aggressive.

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  179. October 10, 2019 charles holt

    im interested,i have owned pythons and boas i used to live in florida im a advid outydoors enthusiast

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  180. October 10, 2019 Eddie Pope

    Retired looking for something to do.

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  181. October 10, 2019 Michael Wing

    What’s the pay?

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  182. October 10, 2019 Nathan Foster

    I live in Indian River County and own my own airboat. I would like to get a chance at this

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  183. October 10, 2019 Chris

    Interested!
    here in south Florida . How do I apply

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  184. October 10, 2019 Rob Campbell

    Like info please

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  185. October 10, 2019 Norman Benoit

    It would be interesting to know if there was a fruit (pineapples for example) or product importer down in the Homestead area that could have been the real source of the first pythons getting into that area. Pallets of bananas were the reason for the iguanas coming in (it was not from the pet trade or animals deliberately released). Any produce similarly coming in from Southeast Asia could actually be the origin, and like the green iguanas, not established from released pets at all.

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  186. October 10, 2019 Randy Hollensteiner

    Get a hold of me I am very interested

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  187. October 11, 2019 Roger kildow

    Would like more information

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  188. October 11, 2019 Sullivan Johnson

    I’m ready if the price is right

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  189. October 11, 2019 Scarlett O'Neal

    YAL HAVE DA BALLS, I TELL YA DAT!

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  190. October 11, 2019 Kenneth Hale

    How much does it pay per hour. I’m interested. Trapped hunted and tracked animals all my life.

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  191. October 11, 2019 Chad Libby

    How much do you pay? And where do I sign up?

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  192. October 11, 2019 Dan Worley

    I’d like to have some more information

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  193. October 11, 2019 Carol

    What are you hunting them with? Do you have shot guns to rent?

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  194. October 11, 2019 Rhonda

    What does it pay and how long can you hunt

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  195. October 11, 2019 David Smith

    423 483 2939 former marine and python owner

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  196. October 11, 2019 Steven Beaver

    I will hunt anything ain’t afraid of shit I will hunt day and night how much pay we talking Ole son ???

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  197. October 11, 2019 Orlando Marques Diaz

    What should I do to get job

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  198. October 11, 2019 Robert

    Those agents only make 8.10 and hour.

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  199. October 11, 2019 Thomas Fellin

    What is the hourly wage and bonus compensation?
    I live in Las Vegas, Nevada, do you have relocation reimbursement?

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  200. October 11, 2019 Tommy Gates

    What does it pay ?? I am intersted …do you bring your own boat ?? And truck ??

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  201. October 11, 2019 Doug Williams

    I wont to go snake hunting. Give me a. Call .

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  202. October 11, 2019 Claude Duncan

    Very interested

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  203. October 11, 2019 MARLON DRAGTON

    Am currently a Florida State Correctional Officer Sergeant.
    How long per day? And what is the pay per hour.

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  204. October 11, 2019 earl breaux

    the add does not say how much they pay just that they pay by the hour with bonuses ! so how much per hour ??

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  205. October 11, 2019 Jeff Wright

    I read that when Hurricane Andrew blew through south Florida it destroyed a facility that bred various species of exotic snakes. They were blown out in to the Everglades where they were able to reproduce and thrive.

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  206. October 11, 2019 Doug Williams

    Been a avid hunter all my life. And would love to hunt pythons. I’m well versed in deep woods camping and have all the resources and gear that I need for the job.i have a good GPS system and can hunt in wet or dry conditions

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  207. October 11, 2019 John L Kuchar

    I can do this raised pythons

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  208. October 11, 2019 Marcus

    Very interested

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  209. October 11, 2019 James Robbins

    Im from Wisconsin ,been hunting all my life ,am very interested ,how do i apply?

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  210. October 11, 2019 DJ Emir

    Umm NO… says they are planning to add $750,000 more to the budget. I would need the entire amount of at least $750,000 for myself and my partner not to share with 50 other hunters. That’s the kind of pay I’d expect for that kind of job LOL – http://www.djemir.com

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  211. October 11, 2019 Adam Meighen

    Am very interested in this and was wanting additional info on this Thank you

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  212. October 11, 2019 Chris flemmons

    I’ve had snakes half my life. Have always wanted a job hunting them or alligators I live n northern Mississippi n would love to to come down n hunt pythons. My wife n cuzin likes snakes to they would be on the adventure with me. Is there somehow or someway u could help us with relocation n houseing or camping when we get there. I’ve been a electrical service technician for 11 years have done carpentry n steel buildings home remodeling for over 25 years but ready for something different something exciting could I get more info on this please

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  213. October 11, 2019 Bruce Mize

    What does this job pay??? I’m extremely interested but it would have to be worth my while to relocate from Texas

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  214. October 11, 2019 Charles gailey

    I have owned pythons since I was a kid and rattle snake I have all respect for snakes buti love them to

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  215. October 11, 2019 Frank washburne

    I’ll do it I catch rattlesnakes and b’s in everything else

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  216. October 11, 2019 Rakesh

    I need this a job

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  217. October 11, 2019 Carolyn Manson

    I would totally do this!$!!

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  218. October 11, 2019 John Winnett

    I would like to help remove some invasive species

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  219. October 11, 2019 Mike Biederman

    Very interested in snake hunting n how much is paid

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  220. October 11, 2019 tim

    This sounds very intriguing

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  221. October 11, 2019 Eric osiek

    If your looking for a good so snake Wrangler I’m just what your looking for I understand what I’m doing and looking for and lplus aware of the dangers but love to do on this kinda of thing and if I’m able to be paid and it be legal to do it please contact me on my email with more information thank you

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  222. October 11, 2019 Lee crews

    I’m retired and would like to get a job with you

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  223. October 11, 2019 Lane Hughes

    If this is truly legit than lets get some numbers together. Let me know.

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  224. October 11, 2019 Ben Dill

    I have experience handling Burmese pythons. What is the pay?

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  225. October 11, 2019 Patrick

    How much is the 💰?

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  226. October 11, 2019 Kevin

    I am interested in catching a the python in order to keep one for myself and the rest to be relocated in a safe environment

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  227. October 11, 2019 Enrique Ramirez Simpson

    I would like more info in this, please advise if hunters go alone or with someone else And what are the areas been hunted?

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  228. October 11, 2019 Sherry Fitz

    Extremely interested please let me know if you are still hiring.
    Thank you

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  229. October 11, 2019 Thom Sieloff

    I am interested. I am an AZ native who used to hunt rattlesnakes when I was younger. I am in Illinois now and willing to relocate.

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  230. October 11, 2019 Eric hoag

    Do u have a relocation program . Live in ohio .Been catching snakes all my live and relocating them back out of pples way and putting them down .

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  231. October 11, 2019 Stephen Blackman

    I would love the opportunity to assist with this program/job offer. I have been in Law Enforcement for 27 years. I can be reached at 586 224-1454. Thank you for your time.

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  232. October 11, 2019 David Davis

    Commercial fisherman not afraid of hard work and long days

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  233. October 11, 2019 Brian Doughty

    Native Floridian, hunted Gators, frogs, and snakes in the state, and looking to move back to Florida and will if hired

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  234. October 11, 2019 Lynn Long

    I would love to do this!!!!! What do I need to do???

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  235. October 11, 2019 Doug Steele

    I’m interested in helping. Would like to talk to guys. Thanks

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  236. October 11, 2019 Brian hawkins

    Im interested in python hunting. What is the pay to do this job? And I live in nj. What are the days and hours for the job? I’m not looking to relocate however would travel home to see my family on days off if pay is worth it. I have experience with snakes.

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  237. October 11, 2019 Robert Wood

    Can someone send me the contact Information to apply for this job? Thank you.

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  238. October 11, 2019 Rodney Carter

    I would like to know if there are relocation funding if so I am very interested

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  239. October 11, 2019 Bryon Newcomer

    Are you properly trained by professionals to do this job ?

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  240. October 11, 2019 phillip gallant

    I have handled 20 foot retics an some of the deadliest snakes around you tell me where to sign up I will be there !!

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  241. October 11, 2019 Billy

    I’m interested in doing that bean tracking and hunting a good bit of my life

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  242. October 11, 2019 Frank White

    I am a retired Veteran I live in Txs and have hunted all my life I also have kept snakes as pets in the past and do have an understanfing of how destructive and dangerous these snakes can be.

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  243. October 12, 2019 Timmy Walker

    I would love to be part of this,if it pays enough for a decent living

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  244. October 12, 2019 Anna Golden

    How much money?

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  245. October 12, 2019 Mark Skinner

    Native Floridian wanting to protect my south Florida heritage

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  246. October 12, 2019 Brian

    Who do I need to contact

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  247. October 12, 2019 Rick

    Where do I apply ?

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  248. October 12, 2019 Gary Hacker

    I am in the critter removal business here in Texas . You can check me out on YouTube @ skunkman of muenster Texas.

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  249. October 12, 2019 James Lilley

    Interested. What does it pay, and could it be a seasonal job for some people? Also is there any compensation to relocate?

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  250. October 12, 2019 Kevin morey

    Interested and have experience handing snakes and identifying species.

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  251. October 12, 2019 Lawrence hodges

    More info please

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  252. October 12, 2019 Alex ubatay jr

    How to apply

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  253. October 12, 2019 Daniel Pelham

    Been catching and raising reptiles all my life. Had 2 Burmese and a reticulated python among others when younger. Have hunted and caught venomous snakes for antivenin also

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  254. October 12, 2019 James D Lawrence

    Do you have to bea Florida resident

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  255. October 12, 2019 Jan Daniël Verster

    I’m from South-Africa and would love the opportunity to help you conserve your wildlife. I have seen the study’s done on the burms and the impact the have is devastating. Hope to hear back from you.

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  256. October 12, 2019 Anthony dunlap

    Need a reason to get the boat out any way

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  257. October 12, 2019 Braden Davis

    Have love for animals and from Louisiana. I grew up chasing Gators and all types Critters in the bayou. I doubt that you would pick me just because I have a criminal history. But I’ll willing to try.

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  258. October 12, 2019 Captain Frankie Bird

    I’m born and raised and would love to help out with this eradication of these snakes.

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  259. October 12, 2019 Keith cook

    Been in the critter removal business for 30yr. We removed lots of poisonous snakes in Colorado. Would love to help out. Have team.

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  260. October 12, 2019 pjmarengo

    I’m wondering what, exactly, do they do with these monster snakes once they catch them?

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  261. October 12, 2019 Edward

    I’m from Nigeria Africa please do you have any program for relocating please I love this job… Thanks

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  262. October 12, 2019 Clint Cooper

    I love hunting! I enjoy snakes! I would love the opportunity to have this job!

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  263. October 12, 2019 Ronald Speedy

    I would like to do this I live in southwest Florida

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  264. October 12, 2019 Branden Blain

    Please contact me this is a dream job!!!

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  265. October 12, 2019 Delbert LeGree

    I’m looking to get a chance to catch snakes please give me a chance

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  266. October 12, 2019 Brian Nado

    Ill do it, my mom already lives down there. I am a trained hunter with 10 years in the Marine Corps and used to being out all night anyways. I am the man for the job! I have a 5th wheel camper and can move down immediate.

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  267. October 12, 2019 Brian matthews

    What’s the pay? Do they have to be caught alive?

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  268. October 12, 2019 Howard L Cupple.

    I need a job, have to go somewhere warmer. What is the base pay.

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  269. October 12, 2019 Jodi

    But what is the pay? Asking for my son.

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  270. October 12, 2019 Terry Wyllia

    I have learned over the years, anything can be hunted or tracked!! I would love to help with this!!

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  271. October 12, 2019 Phillip Wenzel

    E-Mail me with the bounty #s

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  272. October 12, 2019 Brian McKay

    Well id like a run down of what this program offers… And a list of what. The job consists of…. Thank you

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  273. October 12, 2019 Joe

    That is only 10% of why they are out there. The infestation of these snakes and more. Along with many lizards species in south Florida can be tracked back to a hurricane that hit south Florida. That hurricane destroyed many buildings and those building have petshops in them and o do believe there was a herp show going on that was hit and caused animals to go free.

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  274. October 12, 2019 DYS

    Kill them is the best way to watch them.They are of the devil .

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  275. October 12, 2019 Dylan Arnold

    How do i apply? Im in central florida!

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  276. October 12, 2019 Allan rogers

    Been in fellsmere fl all my life catch just about anything how much is the pay?

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  277. October 12, 2019 Kevin Graham

    I am interested in this job

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  278. October 12, 2019 joe cempa

    Is this real, or some FB BS???

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  279. October 13, 2019 Tim schwab

    How would I go about applying. Thank you!

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  280. October 13, 2019 Ronald Rakers

    I am the snake huntingest man on this earth. I want this job!!!!!!!!!

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  281. October 13, 2019 Tyler Winter

    What is the pay rate per hour

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  282. October 13, 2019 Julie Stoneham

    they are not only invasive, they are deadly to so many species, some are gone because of them. They are hard to eliminate. I worry about them being expansive into other parts of Florida also. if they haven’t already.. Yeah, If I see one in my adventures…

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  283. October 13, 2019 Janice sarappa

    Seriously interested I live in west palm beach haven’t worked since September 11rmth have all the time in the world.

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  284. October 13, 2019 john

    Watched I documentary on this and the state claimed a storage building (airplane hanger) storing thousands of baby snakes (importing exporting) in their Styrofoam cups with kids was completely wiped out by the hurricane. When they returned after the storm the building was gone and thousands of baby snakes spread throughout. It took several years before people started seeing these snakes had actually survived and approaching breeding age. That was the beginning of the massive invasion of these snakes

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  285. October 13, 2019 Gayle Macdonald

    How much is the pay? What city would you be based out of?

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  286. October 13, 2019 Frank C.D. Hock

    I have always wanted a job in this field. And would live the chance to work with animals of any kind. Have been a avid hunter and fisherman all my life. Thank You

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  287. October 13, 2019 Eddie

    I love snakes and love catching and relocating I will not harm a snake unless I have no choice get back with me please very very interested

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  288. October 13, 2019 Patrick Woodburn

    I would love a job looking and capturing these reptiles! When can l start?

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  289. October 13, 2019 Robert Ballard

    Me and my uncle would love this job have the buggy’s and equipment to do it have been in collier county born and raised and been in woods and Everglades a lot

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  290. October 13, 2019 Matt McKittrick

    Is this a full time job or 3 month job?
    Would u accept someone from Australia?

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  291. October 13, 2019 Michael Santiago

    I’m interested very much I love snakes

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  292. October 13, 2019 Joe Harper

    I’m 59 years old I’ve hunted all my life and I owned 4 Boa constrictor had to sell because of having my oldest daughter and I have been a snake catcher around here where I live before time began

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  293. October 13, 2019 Austin Holman

    Interested how can I get in touch with them

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  294. October 13, 2019 Scott chambers

    Let’s do this

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  295. October 13, 2019 Ryan lease

    I’m game let’s do this ! Knew I’d finding something that won’t drive me crazy 😜 May eat me or strangle me to death 💀 so wondering how much hazard pay 💰 is?

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  296. October 13, 2019 Kevin Mears

    I live in Alabama, but I’m interested please email me how to apply

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  297. October 13, 2019 Brian Phelps

    I live in Texas and have experience with reptiles especially big snakes would like to have a chance to work for ur company

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  298. October 13, 2019 Mike

    Most are lost into the environment when pet stores and private homes where they are kept are destroyed by storms and hurricanes. The climate is to their liking, plenty to eat and no natural predators so they breed and multiply like crazy.

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  299. October 13, 2019 Rich rawleigh

    I’m in , how much does it pay ???

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  300. October 13, 2019 Dale Medin

    People release and re-catch the same snakes over and over again, making it look like there are more snakes than there really are in the wild.
    People are making a killing by duping the South Florida Water Management District.
    Several years ago they were reporting only a few could be found after hunting them for more than a year. Now there are supposedly more than 100,000 of them?
    B.S. !

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  301. October 13, 2019 John

    What is the yearly salary? Where do I apply.

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  302. October 13, 2019 Troy

    I’m in California, trying to move to Florida (in my Sailboat). Which is in San Francisco (California seriously limits live aboard, I’m five years into the wait)..

    So like Eric Kane, I’d like to know if you have a program for relocation..

    I’m currently hunting Rattlesnakes, in Butte county, to protect property dogs and Cattle.

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  303. October 13, 2019 Jeff Eakins

    Where exactly can I apply and do I have to be a Florida Citizen

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  304. October 13, 2019 David

    What’s pay rate I am in south west ga

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  305. October 13, 2019 David cyr

    I have every thing to do the job how long is program is pay every week or monthly please call 229-815-7525

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  306. October 13, 2019 Ethan Wise

    Ill do it. If the money is right ill being 8 guys with me off my work crew. We all hunt a variety of things why not add snakes to the list as well

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  307. October 13, 2019 Tim

    The government introduced them into the Everglades to try to battle the alligator epidemic. Unfortunately it backfired and now the snakes have eaten everything.

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  308. October 13, 2019 Lisa

    Well there isnt enough money in the world that someone could give me to hunt a python there bigger than I am.so hell to the NO!!!

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  309. October 13, 2019 Kristian Morralley

    How do u apply

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  310. October 13, 2019 Brandon overturf

    I would very much like to hunt pythons, email me. I’m ex airborne infantry and bored.

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  311. October 14, 2019 Scout3336

    Hope they offer hazard pay!

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  312. October 14, 2019 Dakota

    I’m interested I’m from Florida

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  313. October 14, 2019 Kevin Greene

    I am definitely interested in this Fantastic Opportunity.
    Email, text or call me with more information.
    Kevin Greene
    817.790.6307

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  314. October 14, 2019 My sister had two ball pythons. They were huge. I fed them and handled them. I was also raised hunting and fishing in texas. I live in destin and ready to wotk and relocate if nessary

    Pick me. I am worth it. I love new experiences in a heterosexual fashion. Lol

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  315. October 14, 2019 Holly Smith

    What is Humanly dispatch?? Does that mean Humanly kill? I hope so!

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  316. October 14, 2019 Brian

    There was also a facility that was taken out by a storm years ago and every since they have been breeding like crazy

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  317. October 14, 2019 James

    Where do I sign up?

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  318. October 14, 2019 Robert amos

    Interested in this I love going snake hunting I do it were I live now I also like snakes

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  319. October 14, 2019 Shaphaun

    I would love to do this job I love the outdoors an catching wild animals

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  320. October 14, 2019 Daniel Sumner

    I’d love this job been catching poisinous snakes all my life

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  321. October 14, 2019 Anne

    Why are these animals not being rehomed to zoos and wildlife sanctuaries?

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  322. October 14, 2019 Simon trevino

    Im from south texas. Would love to go and help aid in the removal of these invasive pythons and help to conserve native wildlife in doing so

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  323. October 14, 2019 Jeffrey Lassiter

    I’ve lived in Florida around Pensacola my for 30 plus years. Been hunting snakes that long to. I can help you out.

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  324. October 14, 2019 Amanda rice

    Interested in applying for the removal of the pythons.

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  325. October 14, 2019 Brett morris

    I’m an avid hunter I would be interested in talking to someone about removing the python invitation

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  326. October 14, 2019 Kenneth wagner

    Love to do it I go hunting all the time and I love snakes

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  327. October 14, 2019 Garrett Carroll

    Would be interested in the job!

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  328. October 14, 2019 Willie Baker

    Where do I fly for this job send me the information

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  329. October 14, 2019 James Lynch

    I love to do this kind of been hunting all of my natural Life call me

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  330. October 14, 2019 Nathaniel Hastings

    I love catching snakes I’m very interested.

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  331. October 14, 2019 Zachary D. Epple

    What’s the pay rate?

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  332. October 14, 2019 Evan Millsaps

    How much money we talking? I catch snakes all the time. We own 11 snakes including 10 foot boa, reticulated pythons etc.

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  333. October 14, 2019 Mike Odom

    Im very interested….i live in north Florida….Lake City Fla

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  334. October 14, 2019 Carl Presley

    Live in southwest Florida
    Been seeing this add and woukd like to start help removeing these snakes
    From south fl

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  335. October 14, 2019 Rusty Alligood

    I live in Alabama, been hunting my whole life, use to live in Fla… Do you have a program to relocate??

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  336. October 14, 2019 Samuel Higgs

    Would really enjoy helping out .
    I own a snake 🐍 that my friend abandoned
    Since 2006 a red tail boa and still have .
    I believe I have what it takes to find and retrieve them . I’m from Florida all of my life and have knowledge of find them .
    Thank you for your Time and I Look forward to hearing from you ..

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  337. October 14, 2019 Woody Straub

    I have collected snakes all my life , I am very enthusiastic to catch these. Please let me know. Much interested in hunting them down.

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  338. October 14, 2019 Richard

    Just a wondering Hunter

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  339. October 15, 2019 Kristie Ness

    Interested….I would love some more information

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  340. October 15, 2019 GordonReed

    I would love a job doing that…ive hunted and caught snakes all my life

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  341. October 15, 2019 Sue

    Not only pythons, boas too. A reticulated snake is aggressive…..pythons lay from 35-100 eggs in their clutch, they are killing native wildlife to extinction, invading the city, eating pets, attacking ppl. Thank you to anyone that’s hunts these.

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  342. October 15, 2019 Stephen Askins

    Id like to have that job

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  343. October 15, 2019 Cliff Smith

    would like more information concerning pay scale, relocation, regulations on invasive species

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  344. October 15, 2019 Nikki

    I live in California. If they flew me out there to work I would do it ASAP. 928.575.9215

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  345. October 15, 2019 Emilio M. Vallejo Sr.

    If age is not a factor and not require to fly count me in.

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  346. October 15, 2019 Carla Blaylock

    I’m interested in a position with your organization ! Am willing to relocate !

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  347. October 15, 2019 Jeff Sutton

    I am truly interested in this job and would like any information I can get on it.

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  348. October 15, 2019 Roger I. Abdin

    I hunted All my life and I believe I would easily adapt to the tricks of the trade.

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  349. October 15, 2019 Mike Burns

    I’ve handled pythons,boas,indigos and many other colubrids.What kind of pay is offered?

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  350. October 15, 2019 Randy Fowler

    Im in, 20 year retired cop, love to work with reptiles and have for several years

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  351. October 15, 2019 Tim howe

    I’m interested in Florida’s DNR snake removal program 815-867-6372 tim Howe

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  352. October 15, 2019 s. midrano

    how much, what kind of lodgings and food. is there medical.

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  353. October 15, 2019 Austin Remington

    Where and how can i apply and do more research im very very intersted alot

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  354. October 15, 2019 Johnothan

    Most of them have been accidentally released by storms knocking down the homes in which they resided. Those of you saying that they mostly started as intentionally released pets don’t know what your talking about. Folks do not spend the money, time, and resources to raise these animals to adulthood to simply turn them loose. If they can’t keep them they try to recoup some money by selling the animal. People who keep them know all too well the risks to nature, ourselves, and our hobby that goes along with intentional release.

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  355. October 15, 2019 Audie Mueller

    How much does this pay? I’m the best snake hunter there ever was.

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  356. October 15, 2019 Carl sehestedt

    What’s the hourly pay

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  357. October 15, 2019 Brent Mainhart

    Interested

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  358. October 15, 2019 Lavonna

    Get a hold of me I’m ready as right now it would be very interesting and I am not scared

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  359. October 15, 2019 Haosen Liang

    I am interested in it only if I am allowed to kill and bury them.

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  360. October 16, 2019 Hap D'Armond

    Why are they gloating about killing them. That doesn’t sound very sporting.

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  361. October 24, 2019 Jennifer Cantrell

    My question is this, if possession of these snakes are illegal, then why the he’ll is there a breeding farm to be destroyed by a hurricane to begin with? Js

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