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    Snake ticks

    Just saw this on another forum and thought it was worth a share
    Poor snake was found with 511 ticks on him
    Snake catcher's skin-crawling find in backyard pool
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    Re: Snake ticks

    just in case anyone canít access the link I screenshot the poor carpet python


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    That's insane!

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    That poor snake...& the picture is making my skin crawl. shudder! Lucky the right people found him & helped out.

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    Re: Snake ticks

    I know,when the snake catcher first found him in the pool, trying to drown them him self, they would feel so horrible on your skin

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    Although that seems extreme, they are someone common in the wild. I was watching a show a while back about a snake catcher from Australia who catches lots of carpets and she finds ticks on them. Can't remember the name of the show.

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    Re: Snake ticks

    Yes I think from the video in the link it was a snake catcher in Australia, but not normally that many in one go, no wonder he was trying to drownd some him self in the chlorine in the pool

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    Re: Snake ticks

    Quote Originally Posted by richardhind1972 View Post
    Yes I think from the video in the link it was a snake catcher in Australia, but not normally that many in one go, no wonder he was trying to drownd some him self in the chlorine in the pool

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    Smart snek though.
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