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World Terrifying Video Shows Two Pythons Fighting After Falling From Ceiling

06:22  04 september  2021
06:22  04 september  2021 Source:   newsweek.com

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Snake handlers shot a terrifying video of two massive male carpet pythons wrestling when they were called out to a client's home in Brisbane, Australia, at 8:30 am on Tuesday. Fortunately, the Snake Out Brisbane team—including the owner, zoologist Janne Torkkola—discovered that the two snakes were more interested in attacking each other than any humans in the vicinity. "When we arrived we found not one but two snakes on the floor, having fallen through the open manhole," Torkkola told Newsweek.

David Tait entered his home in Laceys Creek in Queensland state on Monday and found a large chunk of his ceiling lying on his kitchen table.

In this photo provided by Steven Brown, the roof of a kitchen is damaged after two non-venomous carpet pythons 2 .8 meters (9 foot, 2 inches) and 2 .5 Snake catcher Steven Brown was called to remove the two snakes. "I would assume that it was two males fighting over a female that was nearby in the roof," Brown said. He suspected the female could still be in the ceiling or nearby. The males were returned to the wild, but the suspected third snake

Snake handlers shot a terrifying video of two massive male carpet pythons wrestling when they were called out to a client's home in Brisbane, Australia, at 8:30 am on Tuesday.

a close up of a snake: Carpet python © Getty Images Carpet python

The snakes were discovered when two contractors removed a ceiling cover leading to a loft space only to glimpse the swaying head of a snake.

Replacing the cover the contractors informed homeowners who called the environmental conservation team that specializes in safe snake and wildlife removal.

Fortunately, the Snake Out Brisbane team—including the owner, zoologist Janne Torkkola—discovered that the two snakes were more interested in attacking each other than any humans in the vicinity.

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But one Byfield, Queensland got more than she had bargained for, when she found a pair of two -meter male pythons coiled around each other in battle after they fell through the skylight into her shower. Still, 41-year-old Petrina Murphy, who works in PR, casually filmed and photographed the hellish scene before calmly sweeping the snakes out of her home “They had really wrapped themselves around each other and their tails were all knotted up. Some people who’ve seen the video have asked if they’re mating but they’re definitely two males fighting ." says the brave mom and she is completely right!

The footage shows the ceiling duct cover and debris on the floor, and the uncovered hole in the ceiling which served as the snakes' entryway into the home. "This pair have been a bit naughty they have pushed their way through the ceiling and left a bit of a mess," Field says while the snakes are intertwining and wrestling. The two male snakes were relocated to a creek area around a mile away, according to Field, who said at the end of the video that she was going to take them away and leave the homeowners to "get back to their dinner and their life without snakes."

"When we arrived we found not one but two snakes on the floor, having fallen through the open manhole," Torkkola told Newsweek. "These two are males, and being Spring they regularly engage in ritual combat, the stronger driving off the loser to secure mating rights on local females."

The Snake Out Brisbane crew were able to gently coax both snakes into a hoop bag, which Torkkola describes as a snake bag secured to a long pole, but not before capturing some intimidating footage.

In the video, now posted to the team's Facebook page, a member of Snake Out Brisbane explains that during the tussle one snake raises up and tries to push the other's head down. They say that this is to demonstrate which of the competing males is "biggest and toughest."

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They had crashed through his kitchen ceiling . The shocked homeowner from Brisbane contacted Brisbane North Snake Catchers and Relocation service to remove the snakes. "Received a call to Laceys Creek after customer found two very large Coastal Carpet Pythons (Morelia spilota mcdowelli) in his house when he According to the BBC, the two male snakes were fighting over a female snake which has not yet been located. One of the snakes measure 9.5 feet, while the other was 8. 2 feet-long. Photos shared on Facebook Monday show the damage they caused as they fell through the roof.

What’s more terrifying than two pythons fighting for dominance? Two pythons fighting for dominance inside your home. “I’m just glad the shower was clean so I was able to get some photos and video without it being embarrassing,” Petrina Murphy, 41, joked in an interview with Caters News.

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He says that as the two pythons are evenly sized, the battle could have stretched on for some time, but neither snake was likely to do much harm to the other. After breaking up the squabble, the team relocated the snakes to a nearby habitat.

"While they may look scary, these are non-venomous carpet pythons. Furthermore, being quite delicate animals, snakes don't want to bite people, and will only do so if given no other option for escape," Torkkola said. "If someone sees a snake, the first step is don't panic, and remember that snakes gain nothing from harming people.

"They would rather just go their own way. If the snake is outside and non-venomous, and there are no pets at risk, they can be left to move on by themselves."

Tokkola said that if you spot a snake in the wild or in your home and are unsure if it is a risk, watch it from a safe distance of at least 5 to 10 meters (16 to 32 ft), taking a picture if possible. Then call local snake handlers.

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Terrifying moment man discovers two huge pythons battling in his KITCHEN. Man from Dayboro in Brisbane found snakes battling in his kitchen. Said he allows one of the reptiles to live in his ceiling to keep pests away. The footage, taken in a rural suburb of Brisbane, shows the reptiles entwined with each other as they slither across the tiled floor. The homeowner said he allows one of the pythons to live in the ceiling above his bedroom for pest control, so was not surprised to stumble upon the scene.

The terrifying footage shows two huge snakes twisting and turning with their tales completely tangled together as they fight for dominance on the tiled bathroom floor. Instead of panicking at the spine-tingling sight, 41-year-old Petrina Murphy, who works in PR, casually filmed and photographed the A mum captured a nightmarish video after two snakes fell through the skylight into her shower. 'They had really wrapped themselves around each other and their tails were all knotted up. Some people who've seen the video have asked if they're mating but they're definitely two males fighting .

"Snakes very rarely harm people in Australia, and here in Queensland provide important rodent predation," the zoologist said. "We are Australia's top state for rodent disease like Leptospirosis, so we need all the predators we can get!"

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