It is usually hard to live in an area that also commonly houses one of the world’s most fascinating yet dangerous animals—snakes.
When a house becomes infested with snakes, the situation always ends up not in favour of the animals involved. However, this event in which a Python was stuck in a drain pipe of a house in Northern Rivers in Clune, Australia might inspire you.
The Coastal Carpet Python found itself stuck inside a drainage pipe. The snake was trying to move up to the side of the house through its drainage pipe. It tried to turn back and make a U-turn when it got stuck that no snake could even get out of.
Fortunately enough, the owner of the house was planning to replace the drainage pipes of his house. A contractor was cutting the pipes and replacing them. The contractor only missed cutting through the snake by only a few centimeters.
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When the contractor was holding the pipe he had cut, he was wondering as to why there was no mud coming out of it. He cut the pipe open and that was when he saw the snake.
The contractor immediately called for help to save the Python snake. A kindhearted, concerned man came to the resuce and immediately went to the scene.
He took the pipe with snake in it to his house so that he could use special tools to release him from the pipe. When the pipe was set free, it was not responding.
The man bathed the snake with warm water, removed its ticks, and placed it inside a warm room. It did somehow make the snake feel better.
As soon as the snake was looking okay, it was brought to the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital to fully restore its health. Once it’s fully healed, it will be released back to its natural habitat.
We hope this article inspired you to help and save wildlife!
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