. After calling the site, professionals from Snake Catchers Brisbane & Gold Coast, a snake management service, shared the picture on Facebook. “Find the snake,” the caption says.
This species is not poisonous to kill prey but can grow up to 3 m in length.
The photo was a hit on social media. “It’s a lot of fun to play with, but I’m a little worried when I can not find it, if I have to do it in real life,” said one Internet user. “It simply came to our notice then [desafios] ‘No snake, you’re playing with us”, another suspected.
The ability to hide between cables, brushes, and other tools in the shed went viral. “Snakes like hot and humid places,” said another Netizen.
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