Hurricanes aren't the only threat of the moment in South Florida. The Wall Street Journal's Evening Wrap reports today that an overzealous python should have considered bite-size portions before trying to gulp down that alligator. And we quote: "Meanwhile, in the Everglades, authorities found a 13-foot python that had burst open while trying to swallow a six-foot alligator whole. Released into the wild by bored pet owners, big pythons have proliferated in the area lately and are battling the alligators for supremacy. So far, that battle is a draw."
When you're skimming across the Everglades in those airboats, don't dangle your toes in the water.