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A resident of the Australian city of Brisbane, Queensland, discovered in the toilet a living snake. This publication reports the Daily Mail.
The snake frightened the woman, when she went to the toilet late at night. To get rid of the reptile, she had to call a professional zmeelova.
According arrived the expert in catching snakes Bryce Lockett (Lockett Bryce), it was a diamond Python. “He was probably looking for food — suggests Lockett. — I repeatedly pressed the flush, and he got out. I was going to shoot it on video, but he began to move, so I had to act quickly.” Fil pulled a Python out of the toilet and let go in the Bush nearby.
Lockett argues that after the outbreak of the epidemic coronavirus popularity of its services has increased dramatically. “More and more people sit at home, and they now have more time to notice the snakes in his yard and around the house” — he said.
Diamond pythons (Morelia spilota) is a large non-venomous snakes that are found in Australia and New Guinea, and the Bismarck archipelago and North Solomon Islands. Their length is from two to four metres, and the weight reaches 15 kg.
In 2018, it was reported that a resident of Australia scared half meter diamond Python, who woke her in the middle of the night. When the shock was sleeping, the girl screamed hysterically and ran into the bedroom for parents.
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