London Snakes Story Grows to Boa Proportions


A story that “invasive” eight foot long snakes have been found living in London by the Regent’s Canal has grown into Snakezilla proportions since it broke this weekend. The Aesculapian reptiles, believed to have escaped some years ago from London Zoo, and are acknowledged not to be venomous.

At first, it was widely reported that they were capable of strangling rats and other small mammals, which is predictable diet for an average snake. Now, thanks to a concern raised by mum-of-three Sylvia Taylor, 33, they are deemed “deadly” and “can squeeze a small child to death.” Taylor is said to have asked a Daily Star journalist about the possibility the snakes could constrict small children….

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London Snakes Story Grows to Boa Proportions

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