May 29, 2023


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Pet diamond python found in Australian street rubbish


Pet diamond python found in Australian street rubbish. An abandoned diamond-headed python estimated worth $1,000, found in a dumpster in Sydney, Australia. According to media reports, the snake found outside a barbershop on Oxford Street, spooking passersby.

In a video uploaded on YouTube, Benny Eisman, also known as the accidental herpetologist, seen transporting a python from a dumpster into a leather bag.

Later, on the way to the vet, he called by Surry Hills Police, and the python handed over to Sydney Wildlife Rescue. Later in the video, a member of the rescue team can see examining the snake.

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A veterinarian will examine the python and Sydney Wildlife Rescue will provide medical care. Authorities have launched an investigation into the incident after the snake suffered minor injuries.

A representative for Wildlife Rescue Sydney told the media. That their staff arrive 25 minutes after being alerted about 11 am.

She added: “But by the time they arrived, the snake removed from the bin by a passerby. Who removed the snake from the bin and placed it in a hot leather bag.”

“Any attempt by the public to handle snakes in the wild is not only illegal but dangerous,” she told the outlet.