Florida deputies discover 10ft boa constrictor in garage

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Editor’s Note: There has been an update to the neighborhood as Tall Pines as listed below. It is quite unusual to find a 10 foot boa constrictor in your garage. It was, however, the story of a St. Lucie County family. Deputies drove to the Tall Pines neighborhood on Friday morning after receiving a complaint about an animal. “They didn’t know it was a snake, all they knew was something in their garage and it was an animal big of a snake,” chief deputy Brian Hester said. from the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies then worked with FWC to determine where to keep the snake. “They called me and they were like ‘hey, we got this big python or boa or something. Do you want to give it a home?'” Chandler Kamenesh of Chandler’s Wild Life said. “The way he acts tells me he’s always been a grumpy snake or maybe he’s been out for a big minute eating cats and possums from people’s quarters.” they did,” Hester said. Officials believe the boa was someone’s pet, but don’t know how it was released. They hope it will be a message to owners that they have an animal that’s too big for their home, avoid releasing it into the wild.” There are ways to make sure that animal is sent to a wildlife refuge or somewhere safe where it doesn’t harm the community. You know, releasing something like that into the community, not just pets, but children and the elderly, could easily attack them,” Hester said. “If it was your pet and you want it back, you can contact Chandler’s Wild Life.” MPs want to reassure everyone that the snake will not be euthanized. week, being taken care of like in a five star hotel and all these people are going to be able to come and see this animal for its beauty,” Kamenesh said. “All the animals here are educational ambassadors, so basically these animals are getting people hooked to wildlife.” For more on Chandler’s Wild Life, click here. Follow us on social media: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Editor’s Note: There has been an update to the neighborhood as Tall Pines as listed below.

It is quite unusual to find a 10 foot boa constrictor in your garage.

It was, however, the story of a St. Lucie County family. Deputies drove to the Tall Pines neighborhood on Friday morning after receiving a complaint about an animal.

“They didn’t know it was a snake, all they knew was something in their garage and it was an animal. I don’t think they knew it was a snake that big said Chief Deputy Brian Hester of the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office.

Deputies then worked with FWC to determine where to keep the snake.

“They called me and they were like ‘hey, we got this big python or boa or something. Do you want to give it a home?'” Chandler Kamenesh of Chandler’s Wild Life said. “The way he acts tells me he’s either always been a grumpy snake, or he’s been out for a big minute eating cats and possums from people’s quarters.”

“I was pretty impressed with how our deputies got the hang of it the way they did,” Hester said.

Officials believe the boa was someone’s pet, but don’t know how it was released. They hope it will be a message to owners that if they have an animal that is too big for their home, avoid releasing it into the wild.

“There are ways to make sure that animal gets sent to a wildlife sanctuary or somewhere safe where it doesn’t harm the community. You know, releasing something like that into the community, not just pets , but children and the elderly, could easily attack them,” Hester said. “If it was your pet and you want it back, you can contact Chandler’s Wild Life.”

MPs want to reassure everyone that the snake will not be euthanized.

“This snake is going to live the rest of its life in captivity, eating meals every week, being groomed like in a five star hotel and all these people are going to be able to come and see this animal for its beauty,” Kamenesh said. “All the animals here are ambassadors for education, so basically these animals are making people addicted to wildlife.”

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