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World Woman Rescued From 10ft Python's 'Vice-Like' Grip After Finding Snake in Her Garage

14:45  16 october  2020
14:45  16 october  2020 Source:   newsweek.com

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The woman had been working in her garage at Samford Valley, north-west of Brisbane, at 7pm when she noticed her cat had cornered the snake under a car. She went to rescue the carpet python but it quickly turned on her. Police had to be called to uncoil the animal which was wrapped around her leg.

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An Australian woman was rescued from a massive carpet python's "vice-like grip" after finding the snake in her home on Thursday.

Screenshot from a video showing Australian officers assisting an Australian woman with a carpet python wrapped around her leg. The officers eventually managed to remove the snake. © Queensland Police Screenshot from a video showing Australian officers assisting an Australian woman with a carpet python wrapped around her leg. The officers eventually managed to remove the snake.

The woman from Stamford Valley—a town in eastern Australia's Queensland state—called emergency services yesterday evening. Officers arrived at her home just after 7 p.m. local time, Queensland Police said in a statement.

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The homeowner said she first noticed the snake while working in her garage. Her cat had spotted the serpent under her car and cornered the reptile.

The woman tried to rescue the snake but in the process the serpent managed to wrap itself around her right leg, just above her ankle, and wouldn't budge. The snake was estimated to measure between 6 and 9 feet long, the Australian Associated Press reported.

Queensland Police released bodycam video of the incident on Friday showing how officers helped the woman to free the snake.

"You're in a bit of a pickle," one female officer said to the woman upon arriving at the house and seeing the snake.

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The woman is Rosa Fond, the founder of nonprofit Humans and Animals United, which normally rescues homeless dogs. Fond says she has saved a variety of animals, from insects to alligators. However, she said this instance was unique as snakes are not normally in the open like this.

An elderly woman had the "shock of her life" when she found a 3ft (90cm) snake in her oven. The 82-year-old said she wondered if her "eyes were deceiving her" when she first saw the African brown snake , which is thought to be an The RSPCA was called and rescued the snake on 26 September.

"If I had a friend over I could've sorted it," the woman said.

The officers then began to unwind the python, which had a "vice-like grip" on her leg, Queensland Police said.

"C'mon little guy, I know you're not happy with me," one of the officers said in the video as she was untangling the snake.

Carpet pythons (Morelia spilota) are commonly found throughout northern, eastern and southern Australia, living in open forests, rainforests, coastal areas, rural areas, parks and suburban gardens.

The species, which is non-venomous, can grow to more than 10 feet in length. Like other pythons, Morelia spilota kills its prey—usually small mammals, birds and lizards—by constriction.

This technique involves the snake wrapping itself around the prey and gradually squeezing the animal to death with its powerful muscles, before consuming it whole.

Australia is home to 15 python species, which is more than a third of the world's total.

In the video posted by Queensland Police, the Stamford Valley woman with the snake wrapped around her leg apologized to officers for calling them out, saying: "I'm so sorry guys."

But the officers didn't appear to mind too much, with one saying: "It's the most interesting job we've had all day."

Eventually, the officers managed to completely remove the snake and the woman calmly picked the creature up, before releasing it into some bushes.

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