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   dcterms:title "Warm Winters Favor Invasive Species"^^xsd:string;
   gcis:hasCaption "Burmese pythons are apex predators (not preyed upon by other animals) that are sensitive to cold temperatures and are expected to be favored by warming winters. This photo is from Everglades National Park, where unintentionally introduced pythons have expanded and reduced native mammal populations. Photo credit: U.S. Geological Survey."^^xsd:string;
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