The pythons captured by researchers in Florida typically measure between 6 and 10 feet, researchers said.
They also said the record-breaking python was snared after its position was given away by a boyfriend - a so-called Judas snake.
The park explained the new process to hunt the non-native snakes involves outfitting male pythons with radio transmitters, "which allows the team to track the male to locate breeding females".
The Burmese python is native to Southeast Asia, but in recent decades the big snakes have become a slithering menace in Florida.
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According to the United States Geological Survey, drastic falls in the population of raccoons, opossums and bobcats in the Everglades are linked to pythons - while rabbits and foxes "effectively disappeared" from the area.
A 17-foot-long female python was pulled from Florida's Everglades last week, and was caught after researchers followed the signals of male pythons equipped with radio transmitters, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
The Facebook post said hunters have been able to locate and remove several breeding female pythons in the past few months.
Tens of thousands of Burmese pythons are now estimated to be living in Florida's Everglades.
The state has also sponsored removal programs with prize incentives, such as the Python Pickup Program and regular public hunts.