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Two strangling snakes appeared in an English village. The two strange species were spotted within a few days. But how did that happen?
Connington. Snake alert: A snake has been found in an English village for the second time in a few days. The animal, about three meters long, was discovered near where animal rights activists took a snake from a tree on Friday, August 27, 2021, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) said on Wednesday, September. first with.
The second snake was seen slithering down a street in the village of Connington, near Cambridge. Strangler snakes are native to Africa, Asia, and Australia and are not found in Great Britain.
RSPCA’s Justin Stubbs said he couldn’t believe it when he got the call. “I’m afraid this is not a coincidence – these poor animals seem to have either been abandoned or ran away from the same place.”
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Stubbs was also on duty in Connington on Friday. At that point, he said he saw a giant snake perched on a tree: “The scene was a bit reminiscent of The Jungle Book.”
Stubbs said the second line was very cold and much thinner than the first. Both snakes, which kept the village occupied, will now be professionally cared for and warmed under heat lamps.
“I just hope there won’t be others,” the expert said. “It’s really disconcerting to think that someone carried these snakes and then probably decided to expose them in such a cruel and cruel way.” Stubbs emphasized that snakes are not dangerous to humans. But to be on the safe side, keep your distance. (dpa)