Tuesday, 17 November 2015

Six-foot boa constrictor found in London park

Animal welfare workers believe the giant snake was dumped by owners who were unable to take care of the exotic creature

By Agency
11:36PM GMT 10 Nov 2015

Animal rescuers are appealing for information after a giant six-foot snakewas found slithering through a London park.

The huge reptile was found in Danson Park, south east London, on Friday afternoon, just yards from a childrens play area.

The boa constrictor, which could easily kill and eat a cat, was taken from the Bexleyheath park in south east London to the RSPCA reptile centre for specialist care.

RSPCA inspector Anthony Pulfer said: "It was lucky this poor Boa constrictor was found because it is far too cold for him to be outside.

"When I picked him up he was very cold and lethargic.

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