Snake eyes birds

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - NEWS -

visit of the snake be­cause the cats freaked out and they re­acted the same way two months ago but we didn’t see any­thing.”

If you come across a snake in your back­yard the Queens­land Am­bu­lance Ser­vice rec­om­mends you do not at­tempt to harm or re­move a python to avoid any un­nec­es­sary ac­ci­dents, even if it looks like a non-poi­sonous species.

Con­tact a lo­cal snake catcher who has the right equip­ment to deal with the rep­tile and QAS also re­minds the public that snakes can be­come ag­gres­sive when backed into a corner or threat­ened.

Pho­tos by BRICE BASTLER

Caught: Brice Bastier and Dim­itri Fontaine with the python (inset) the python who tried to eat Brice’s pet birds

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