It is a bizarre battle in the heart of the Florida Everglades that Mother Nature never intended: American alligator versus Burmese python. On September 26, 2005, a park biologist snapped a photo of a six-foot alligator half inside the belly of a dead 13-foot Burmese python, setting off authenticity debates around the world. Did the python actually swallow and digest the gator? If so, how could a snake overpower a predator with the most powerful bite in the reptile world? Find out more about this hidden war between carnivore and invader.
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