England: a huge 5-meter-long python crawls on the roofs and tries to enter a house

In England, passers-by witnessed a surreal scene: they saw a huge python 5 meters long crawling on the roofs of houses before entering a house through an open window.

In England, there has been an increase in snakebites this year , which are becoming more common due to the increase in the number of exotic animals in the country.

To ensure public safety, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) has asked people with exotic animals to keep them safe. Indeed, the heat of recent months can make animals more active and more likely to escape.

Snakes are excellent escape artists and can take advantage of an opening in a door or an open lid to escape. Last year we received over 1,200 snake reports, with the highest number of calls received during the summer months. This is not surprising, as snakes become active in hot weather. We therefore urge all pet snake owners to be extra vigilant at this time of year, to invest in a species-appropriate enclosure, and to ensure the enclosure is kept secure, and locked if necessary. , when unsupervised ,” RSPCA Chief Scientific Officer Evie Button informed.

A snake on the roofs in England
Near the town of Southampton, England, residents had a big scare one morning around 5:30 a.m. A huge python was seen running along the roofs of houses. By sliding on the tiles, he managed to enter a house through an open window.

Upon seeing it, the people living inside the house brushed off the reptile with a broom. The animal eventually fell on the bonnet of a car before crawling down the road. The albino snake , yellow in color, was about 5.4 meters long according to a local. If this estimate is correct, it could be the largest python ever observed. Luckily, a snake breeder lived nearby and agreed to take the animal to her porch.

“It wasn’t mine, but I told them they could leave it on my porch ,” she explained. It is a very dangerous snake, and it is massive. I used to keep snakes and I know when they get hungry they can get mean. »

Knowing the owner of the reptile, the woman called him and he arrived to pick up his animal and bring it home. More fear than harm for this small town in England.

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