Puerto Rico has been facing a major ecological threat that has remained for over a decade. Giant boa constrictors and pythons have been appearing in areas that are not hospitable for snakes. They are posing a great danger to the native species. These invasive snakes are also attacking livestock and pets, which has alarmed the locals. Efforts to bring this issue under control have been ineffective so far. Unfortunately, since no timely action was taken, these reptiles have spread further across the island. The problem originated around 2012, likely due to the accidental release of these snakes related to the exotic pet trade. With no natural predators on the island, the boa constrictor population has only grown, causing ecological disruption. Snake in Underwear Drawer! Shocking Video Shows Second-Most Venomous Snake Hiding in Toddler's Cupboard, Chilling Clip Goes Viral.

Boa Constrictors and Python Threat in Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico Battles Boa Constrictors and Pythons Threat

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