In the United States, snake is found in car engine and rescued – 10/30/2020


A Burmese python about 3 m long was found in an unexpected place: under the hood of a car. The information was released yesterday by the FWC (Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission).

The snake was found in the city of Dania Beach, by the owner of a Ford Mustang. Communicated, the local authorities went to the vehicle owner’s house and captured the animal.

In the images, you can see the python fighting while two men grab it and put it in a white bag. There are no reports of injuries.

According to FWC, the Burmese python feeds on birds, mammals and reptiles. The entity thanked for the communication so that the animal was captured.


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