Fourteen-year-old Thorne Heflick, of Palm Bay, Fla., passes grave markers near a set of cabins dating back to the 1920s during a hunt for Burmese pythons deep in the Everglades on Saturday, July 25, 2009. Heflick is one of seven people officially permitted by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to hunt the invasive species on state managed land. David Albers/Staff

Photo by DAVID ALBERS, Daily News

Fourteen-year-old Thorne Heflick, of Palm Bay, Fla., passes grave markers near a set of cabins dating back to the 1920s during a hunt for Burmese pythons deep in the Everglades on Saturday, July 25, 2009. Heflick is one of seven people officially permitted by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to hunt the invasive species on state managed land. David Albers/Staff

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