Talk:Conservationists capture most massive Burmese python in Florida history

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The last source is there to support the background information about invasive species getting into the wild from both irresponsible pet owners and Hurricane Andrew. This is also how lionfish got into Florida's coastal areas. If you think it superfluous, feel free to remove it. Darkfrog24 (talk) 19:08, 24 June 2022 (UTC)Reply

Sources with info not mentioned IN THE ARTICLE is superfluous. If readers want more info, they can find it themselves. No need to be a curator of further information on their behalf. --JJLiu112 (talk) 19:45, 24 June 2022 (UTC)Reply
Go to the article and hit CTRL-F "Hurricane Andrew." Darkfrog24 (talk) 20:20, 24 June 2022 (UTC)Reply
Thank you. JJLiu112 (talk) 00:19, 25 June 2022 (UTC)Reply

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In the article title, why have we gone for "most massive" and not "largest"? [24Cr][talk] 15:02, 25 June 2022 (UTC)Reply

1) Alliteration. 2) It is not necessarily the largest. A longer but lighter python was caught in 2020. So this one is undisputedly the most massive but the earlier one is undisputedly the most long.Darkfrog24 (talk) 00:01, 26 June 2022 (UTC)Reply
Same rationale I checked for. Thanks for ensuring specificity. JJLiu112 (talk) 05:20, 26 June 2022 (UTC)Reply
A good rationale. Cheers for clarifying that. [24Cr][talk] 11:55, 26 June 2022 (UTC)Reply
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