Some snakes are spies.

Pythons are good at hide and seek. But a few wear trackers. They slither back to where other snakes hide. Beep. Beep. The signal gives them all away. 


Burmese pythons get big and hungry. There are too many in Florida. They eat other animals. Scientists have a plan to catch pythons. First they catch one snake and put a tracker inside it. This makes the snake a spy! The snake is released. It goes back to where other snakes like to hide. The tracker gives away the whole bunch. Genesis 1:28 tells us that God put people in charge of animals—even snakes!