Bobby 'Radical' and Dusty 'Wildman' Crum in the Florida Everglades after a python survey
This is why we need your support!
Burmese Pythons are an invasive species. About 300,000 have been imported into South Florida since the 1970s for the pet trade. Growing two feet per year, soon owners were dumping them off in the local canals. Then in 1992, Hurricane Andrew leveled a python breeding facility in Homestead, Florida. Females can produce 40-80 babies. Twenty-eight years later... you do the math. The most beautiful snake every designed is unfortunately decimating all the mammals, birds, and even alligators in this fragile ecosystem.
Artist, writer, director, Bobby 'Radical' Monroe formed Eco Sharks Rescue Inc. "to save our planet already." He has written and illustrated a graphic novel that sets back the centuries-old tradition of serving shark fin soup in the east. Eco Sharks Rescue e-book.
All the python products, python wristbands & gear are designed and fabricated in Bobby's garage, the python skins are tanned in his backyard.