Hiker finds a 4 meter long python in a ditch in...

A hiker saw a 4-meter-long python in the ditch along the Bremberg in Etten-Leur on Tuesday. The passer-by immediately alerted the emergency services, police report on . The animal had already died.

The police arrived on the scene to remove the animal from the ditch, after which municipal employees eventually took the snake with them.

Research into the origin of the animal is still ongoing. Those who have lost the python can contact the police.

Pythons are choke snakes and have no fangs. They are very dangerous. They eat rodents, mammals, birds and small reptiles. Sometimes people have also been attacked.

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