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Anaconda on the loose in Sydney


SYDNEY: Residents of a Sydney suburb have been warned to be on the lookout for a massive snake, after a “freshly shed” skin from the reptile was found in the town. The snake is believed to be an adult boa constrictor, commonly known as anaconda, is one of the world’s largest snake species. Snakes classified like this has an average length of 10 feet, according to a statement from the New South Wales government. The serpent is believed to be at large in Silverdale, a small town west of Sydney, after its skin was spotted at a property last Thursday.


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