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#snakes

From TheJournal.ie Woman found dead in US with python around her neck Indiana

Woman found dead in US with python around her neck

The 36-year-old was found in a house where around 140 snakes lived.

From TheJournal.ie Salamanders and toad illegally posted to Ireland from Spain Exotic Animals

Salamanders and toad illegally posted to Ireland from Spain

The ISPCA has called for tougher regulations around the selling of exotic animals as pets.

From TheJournal.ie Australia halts cargo of snakes, vipers and tarantulas labelled as '2 pair shoes' Snakes On A Plane

Australia halts cargo of snakes, vipers and tarantulas labelled as '2 pair shoes'

Australia’s Border Force cleared things up: “Things you can post to Australia…”

From TheJournal.ie What would happen if snakes were brought "back" to Ireland? Slytherin

What would happen if snakes were brought "back" to Ireland?

Havoc. That’s what.

From TheJournal.ie Scientists discover worms as big as snakes... that may help reduce flooding Record Breaking

Scientists discover worms as big as snakes... that may help reduce flooding

The worms were found in Scotland.

Woman traumatised after finding a python in her loo

She now can’t use the toilet in her own home. Naturally.

Brilliant St Patrick's Day correction from the New York Times

Is there anything St Patrick CAN’T do?

In Australia, look out for snakes on your windscreen wipers

This video contains extreme cursing.

People are now paying to have snakes slither all over their body

‘Snake massages’ are the latest craze in an Indonesian spa.

Let's all take a moment to be grateful that there are no snakes in Ireland Thanks St. Patrick! This post contains videos

Let's all take a moment to be grateful that there are no snakes in Ireland

The actual size of this python a normal person encountered in their daily life in Florida is terrifying.

From TheJournal.ie The Daily Fix: Wednesday Daily Fix This post contains videos

The Daily Fix: Wednesday

All the day’s main news, plus a few bits and pieces you may have missed along the way…

From TheJournal.ie Why are there no snakes in Ireland? Hiss-tory

Why are there no snakes in Ireland?

Co Laois woman found three foot-snake under bed. Why aren’t we finding more of them?

Man actually tries to smuggle snakes onto a plane

A case of life imitating art… kinda.

Snakes unleashed in Indian tax office in anti-bribery protest

Two farmers who claim they were denied access to their tax records by officials who wanted bribes released dozens of snakes in the tax office yesterday.

Snakes On A Plane! Man stopped at Miami airport with bags of snakes

A man was arrested in Miami last week as he attempted to fly to Brazil with seven snakes and three tortoises…eh, stuffed down his pants.

Risky business: Man steals snakes... by stuffing them in his shorts

Eric Fiegel was either very brave or very stupid. Either way he got caught.

Donegal man comes face-to-face with snake... in his toolbox

The two-foot corn snake had arrived from England – and isn’t the first unwanted visitor to these shores.

Snakes on a train! Deadly cobras found beneath train seat in Vietnam

The cobras, protected by law in Vietnam, were most likely destined for the dinner table.

From TheJournal.ie The 9 at 9: Friday 9 At 9

The 9 at 9: Friday

Nine things you need to know by 9am: Swine flu is back – and this time it means business; parents under the microscope and how Ted’s excellent adventure almost ended in tears.

From TheJournal.ie Snakes, sharks and crocs: the hidden dangers of the Oz floods Australia

Snakes, sharks and crocs: the hidden dangers of the Oz floods

High water is flushing out deadly predators even though the floods appear to have peaked in Australia.