Deer Population Down in the Everglades June 26, 2012 Florida

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Deer Population Down in the Everglades June 26, 2012 Florida 
In the 1.5 million acre Everglades National Park in South Florida, pythons have apparently eaten all of the rabbits and all of the foxes, too. Raccoon, opossum, whitetail deer and bobcat populations are all down 85 percent or more. The huge snakes are even eating alligators and possibly wading birds. 

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