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Paul Andreadis, herpetologist at Denison University in Ohio, explores a path in Collier Seminole State Park for signs of pythons.

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Paul Andreadis, herpetologist at Denison University in Ohio, explores a path in Collier Seminole State Park for signs of pythons.

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  • Paul Andreadis, herpetologist at Denison University in Ohio, explores a path in Collier Seminole State Park for signs of pythons.
  • Paul Andreadis, herpetologist at Denison University in Ohio, explores a path in Collier Seminole State Park for snake tracks.
  • Paul Andreadis, herpetologist at Denison University in Ohio, examines animal droppings at Collier Seminole State Park.
  • Paul Andreadis, herpetologist at Denison University in Ohio, explores an overturned tree in Collier Seminole State Park. The overturned trees are great nesting areas for pythons.
  • Paul Andreadis, herpetologist at Denison University in Ohio, drives down Tamiami Trail East looking for pythons crossing the road.
  • Paul Andreadis, herpetologist at Denison University in Ohio, examines a dead snake on East Tamiami Trail in Collier County.
  • Paul Andreadis, herpetologist at Denison University in Ohio, examines a dead snake on East Tamiami Trail in Collier County.
  • Paul Andreadis, herpetologist at Denison University in Ohio, logs GPS coordinates after finding a dead snake on East Tamiami Trail in Collier County.

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