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TO GO WITH AFP STORY US-CURIOSITY-RESTAURANT-ANIMALS-ENVIRONMENT BY GUILLAUME MEYER 'Everglades Pizza' is seen on January 28, 2014 at Neighborhood Pizza in the Gulf Coast city of Fort Myers, Florida. The pie has python meat, alligator sausage and frogs legs. Alligator and frog have long been on the menu in Florida but a new delicacy might slowly be creeping its way into restaurants in the Southern region of the state. A pizzeria now offers Burmese python meat on what it calls the 'Everglades Pizza'. The pie takes its name after the Floridas vast National Park preserve. 'It was just to create talk about the shop and being creative and this thing literally just went viral. People talk about it all the time and whether it's negative or positive it really doesn't matter because the fact is: we can make it and it's delicious' says Evan Daniell in the Gulf Coast city of Fort Myers. AFP PHOTO / Guillaume MEYER (Photo credit should read Guillaume Meyer/AFP/Getty Images)
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TO GO WITH AFP STORY US-CURIOSITY-RESTAURANT-ANIMALS-ENVIRONMENT BY GUILLAUME MEYER 'Everglades Pizza' is seen on January 28, 2014 at Neighborhood Pizza in the Gulf Coast city of Fort Myers, Florida. The pie has python meat, alligator sausage and frogs legs. Alligator and frog have long been on the menu in Florida but a new delicacy might slowly be creeping its way into restaurants in the Southern region of the state. A pizzeria now offers Burmese python meat on what it calls the 'Everglades Pizza'. The pie takes its name after the Floridas vast National Park preserve. 'It was just to create talk about the shop and being creative and this thing literally just went viral. People talk about it all the time and whether it's negative or positive it really doesn't matter because the fact is: we can make it and it's delicious' says Evan Daniell in the Gulf Coast city of Fort Myers. AFP PHOTO / Guillaume MEYER (Photo credit should read Guillaume Meyer/AFP/Getty Images)
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