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Budget Cuts' "Impact on Wildlife" at Everglades

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Tourists won't see an immediate impact from automatic budget cuts at Everglades National Park, but a top official says wildlife programs could suffer. Park Superintendent Dan Kimball says there are already 17 vacancies at the park.

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Raw: Whales Stranded in Everglades Nat'l Park

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AP (Dec. 4, 2013) — Federal officials say six pilot whales have died after stranding in shallow water in Everglades National Park. An official at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says 46 whales are swimming in about 3 feet of water. (Dec. 4)
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10 Pilot Whales Dead, 41 More Stranded Off Florida Coast

10 Pilot Whales Dead, 41 More Stranded Off Florida Coast

Newsy (Dec. 5, 2013) — Rescuers say the outlook "does not look good" for the dozens of remaing pilot whales stranded off the coast of Florida's Everglades National Park.
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Most of the Stranded Whales Move Out to Sea

Most of the Stranded Whales Move Out to Sea

Reuters (Dec. 5, 2013) — Thirty-five out of the 51 stranded pilot whales are moving towards deeper waters in Florida's Everglades National Park. Colette Luke reports.
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Burmese Pythons Swarm South Florida

Burmese Pythons Swarm South Florida

AFP (Feb. 14, 2014) — Burmese pythons have no known predators in Florida and are becoming a threat to the ecosystem. Environmentalists believe the invasion started when snake owners started releasing their pets into the Everglades National Park. Duration: 02:25 Video provided by AFP
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