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Who doesn’t want to have a little fun in the sun?
An Australian family was shocked after receiving a 7-metre-long carpet python was soaking up the sun and take a nap on their deck.
After making the startling discovery, in the Park, the family took the photos, and the Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers, who specializes in reptiles are moving, you know, the pictures and the video on her Facebook page. He then asked her followers to see if they could get to the top of the smooth snake, but a lot of them didn’t.
(Credit: Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers, Facebook)
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“Carpet Pythons are the most common snake to catch, and we [didn’t] seem to be bothered by humans,” the Sunshine Coast and wrote next to the video. “They often hang out in nice areas and not to move, even if the people in the area. The majority of snakes will retreat to cover when they see that someone is in the room.
The team eventually captured the reptile, and he returned it safely to the woods, or in the News.com.au. have been reported.
The snakes, which can reach up to 12 feet in length, are given their name for their beautiful markings which resemble an oriental carpet pattern, Sea World, notes on its web site. “You’re a black-to-gray patterns of blotches, cross bands, stripes, or a combination, of these markings on a light yellow to the dark brown of the background.”
Carpet pythons in general are on a diet that consists of birds and mammals, including the marsupials, and in some parts of Australia and New Guinea.
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