The 54-year-old said: 'It was incredibly long. It was easily as thick as my leg, and so, so heavy.
'We were so surprised to stumble across it and we poked it with a stick to see if it was alive.'It's rather amazing he's lived to the age of 54, isn't it?
Best to retreat 10 meters and shoot it with a high powered rifle to be sure its dead, and then hang it around you neck for a photo and then hang it on the wall at home with all the rest the road kill stuffed animals
Thats what you hunting types do aint it julia?
He's a "special care school instructor". Maybe there's something contagious at work. Call H&S and quarantine the area! Seriously, Julia, most reptiles are inactive at current temperatures so he's not as daft as he sounds.
Can't resist re-alerting Julia's readers to this clip of Python Fishing.
Scroll to 1: 30 & 2:30 for the action.
[NB the clip's title is wrong - it's a python.]
And if the "bait" fellow's name's Monty, it would be perfect!
"Best to retreat 10 meters and shoot it with a high powered rifle to be sure its dead,"
Nope, retreat 10 meters, pull out your cell phone and call the RSPCA...
An animal *can* survive a high velocity round...nothing survives the RSPCA .
"Best to retreat 10 meters and shoot it with a high powered rifle..."
Bit of an overkill for a python. It's not like it can charge you...
"Scroll to 1: 30 & 2:30 for the action."
"An animal *can* survive a high velocity round...nothing survives the RSPCA ."
XX Pictures of giant snakeXX
Rather an average sized Boar, I would have said.
XX JuliaM said...
Bit of an overkill for a python. XX
"Squamata" Boar, the article sais.
PYTHONS are "Pythonidae"
CAN it be true, that you are falling into the trap of Daily mail zoology???
Do they hunt in packs, or tribes?
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