South Florida Scientists found a Python INSIDE of a Water Moccasin!
Zoologists in South Florida at ZooMiami have been tracking a Burmese Python via a tracker placed inside of it.
BUT it was when they started having trouble tracking the animal they discovered IT HAD BEEN EATEN BY A WATER MOCCASIN!
Check the X-Ray of this snake with another snake inside it is WILD!
"A python that had its tracking transmitter implanted by surgeons at Zoo Miami was recently found to be consumed by another snake; a native cottonmouth, also known as a water moccasin," the zoo wrote in its caption. "You can see the spine and the transmitter of the python inside the cottonmouth on this x-ray, or radiograph, that was taken at Zoo Miami's animal hospital."