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Ready for Python Pizza? Florida Diners Get a Taste

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One restauranteur gets creative in an effort to bring awareness to the impact invasive pythons are having on Everglades National Park. Invented in 2011, python pizza has seen marked success in southern Florida. Video provided by AFP


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