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21:51  19 june  2019
21:51  19 june  2019 Source:   msn.com

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More than 30 exotic animals - dead and alive - are removed from a man's home in Pittsburgh one week after alligator named Chomp escaped Authorities performing a welfare check at Mark McGowan's home in Beechview, Pennsylvania, on Monday were shocked to discover a menagerie inside. The 32 animals seized, some alive and some dead, included: three alligators, one Burmese python, one granite Burmese python, one rattlesnake, two green iguanas, two small iguanas, one Nile monitor lizard, four hairless rats, four quail, five yellow-bellied slider turtles, six rabbits and two guinea pigs. © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Three alligators were found at the home in addition to the one that escaped last week.

Western Sydney Wanderers have signed experienced defender Dylan McGowan for the next three A - League seasons. The 27-year-old joins the club from Danish Superliga side Vendyssel. Prior to that the central defender had enjoyed another stint overseas with

Western Sydney Wanderers have signed experienced defender Dylan McGowan for the next three A - League seasons. The 27-year-old joins the club from Danish Superliga side Vendyssel. Prior to that the central defender had enjoyed another stint overseas with K-League club Gangwon having

Western Sydney Wanderers have signed experienced defender Dylan McGowan for the next three A-League seasons.

The 27-year-old joins the club from Danish Superliga side Vendyssel.

Prior to that the central defender had enjoyed another stint overseas with K-League club Gangwon having spent three season with Adelaide United, where he played more than 80 matches.

"I'm delighted to be joining the Wanderers," he said.

"It's a really exciting time for the club with things like moving into the new stadium and the team the coach (Markus Babbel) is building.

"I'm looking forward to being a part of that and bringing success to the club.

"Coming back to Australia is the right decision for myself and my family. I have been successful here before and want to be again at the Wanderers."

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