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About 1, pounds of shark fins were found hidden in 18 boxes on Monday, the U. Fish and Wildlife Service said in a news release. Add to Chrome. Sign in. News Break App.

Florida's least wanted: 10 invasive animal species that are wrecking native ecosystems

Nearly $1 million worth of shark fins seized by wildlife inspectors in Florida | News Break

But it's not just people who have been moving to the state from faraway locations. Florida is plagued by more than non-native plant and animal species. Some of these animals are wreaking havoc on delicate ecosystems around the state. These nonvenomous constrictors can grow to enormous lengths. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission encourages the public to remove or report wild pythons when they're spotted. Pythons invaded Florida when snakes that were kept as pets were released or escaped and thrived in Florida's warm and predator-free conditions. More: Bloodsucking worms in pythons are killing Florida snakes, study says.

The Wild Life: Miami

Wildlife agents working undercover seized more than birds from traffickers in the Miami area during the course of Operation Ornery Birds. The birds received clean cages and care until the healthiest could be released back into the wild. Photo: Karine Aigner.
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