Burmese python discovered at the entran Brisbane
Burmese python discovered at the entrance of an Australian house.
An Australian woman found a 4.5 meters long albino Burmese python in her porch which entirely traumatised her. Her house is located in Oxenford, Queensland where she found a 110-pound snake on Monday. Tony Harrison, a snake catcher, removed that reptile from her home and said that it is capable of ingesting a dog even. Australia is a home to exotic species and animals. So, the discovery of this snake is not a big deal.
Harrison added that this species of snake is ban in Australia. It might have escaped from the enclosure. Moreover, he called this snake as a threat to biosecurity. Harrison captured the snake without a tail and with wounds. After that, he handed the snake to the local authorities after posing pictures with his son.