sty, the wildman Crumb, isn't afraid of getting his hands dirty. Or even rolling around on the ground if that's what it takes.>> Got him?>> Yeah.>> Crumb works as an orchid grower by day, but in his spare time he hunts pythons, and it's paying off.
>> That's how we do it in the Everglades son, wild man, whoo! This might be my 16-footer I've been looking for, right here.>> And this is just one of many. Crumb is participating in the Python Eradication Project, directed by the South Florida Water Management District, aimed at ridding the Everglades of this invasive and evasive species.
>> What you got, Bobby?>> 16-10.>> Whoo! 16-10, baby.>> It's not quite a record, that stands at 18 feet, 2 inches, but it is enough to give Crumb a $375 pay off. Not only that, this Python was pregnant.>> What do you want to do?>> See how fat it is here?
She's got eggs in her and she's gonna lay those eggs here any day.>> There are an estimated tens of thousands of pythons living in the Florida Everglades, and while they may never be totally eradicated, Dusty, the Wild Man Crumb says he'll be doing his part to keep numbers down.
>> Wow, what a rush.>> And make a little money in the process.>> You wanna hold his head a minute?>> No.>>