Watch a Woman Pull 2 Gargantuan Snakes Out of a Ceiling and Barely Flinch
The majority of people are naturally afraid of snakes. There is just something curling, slithering, slimy, and terrifying about snakes. However, for some humans, that fear is non-existent. There is a love for these beautiful reptiles that are ever-evolving and adapting to their surroundings. Watch the fearlessness of this woman in the video below!
Check Out the Shocking Video Below!
Australian Scrub Python Sighting
This Instagram reel shown at the top of this blog post comes to us from the Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers Instagram page. This channel is a group of people that are, you guessed it, snake catchers! They share their amazing captures of snakes and pythons. This particular video focuses on the Australian scrub python.
Pythons in the Ceiling
At the start of this video, at the top, the Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers team was called to a house in Australia because there were sights of a python in the ceiling! But not only was there one but there were two Australian scrub pythons up there.
One of the snake catchers hopped up onto the kitchen counter. We see a hole cut in the ceiling that is big enough to get the two pythons down safely. The snake catcher reaches up with a pole that has a hook on the end to be able to grab the python to pull it down. Notice when the python gets low enough for her to take hold of how she grabs near the python’s head to ensure she doesn’t get bit.
The Instagram comments on this reel went wild. We had to laugh at the one comment below.
Men: “Women won’t do the hard jobs”
Women: “Lemme just grab these 2 pythons out of the ceiling with my bare hands.”
Regardless if it was a man or a woman, we are impressed they were able to get these pythons out so quickly. And not only fast, but they were able to get them down safely without causing them any harm. Now that we’ve had a good laugh let’s look more at the Australian scrub python.
Australian Scrub Python (Simalia kinghorni) Facts
The Australian scrub python (Simalia kinghorni) is a python central to Australia and Indonesia. They weigh up to 50 pounds and can reach astonishing lengths of 26 feet.
These pythons are carnivore eaters, which means they will eat meat. They are known to eat bats, rats, possums, wallabies, birds, and cuscus.
The Australian scrub python is listed as the largest snake in all of Australia. No wonder this family called for these professional snake catchers to come out and take care of these pythons. After all, getting a loose squirrel in the attack is a tad different than getting two massive pythons out!