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(Digital Journal)   Aussie mom awakened by her cat finds 6ft python wrapping itself around her 2-year old daughter. Authorities say snake attacks on humans are rare and this one is probably explained by fact that everything in Australia is trying to kill you   (digitaljournal.com) divider line 16
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2013-01-07 03:29:30 PM
It is odd. Maybe the snake was just looking for warmth at first, and panicked from all the screaming.
 
2013-01-07 03:32:29 PM
Some of the sheep
 
2013-01-07 04:12:58 PM
Tex Tillis, who owns Tex's Snake Removals, said the python was not trying to hurt the child. He told The Daily Telegraph: "The snake, not in any way, shape or form, had intended to eat the baby - it was trying to have a group hug."


Oh, is that what giant constrictor snakes do? They love too much? Then they're like..."Why does everyone I love die?"
 
2013-01-07 04:22:24 PM

kid_icarus: Tex Tillis, who owns Tex's Snake Removals, said the python was not trying to hurt the child. He told The Daily Telegraph: "The snake, not in any way, shape or form, had intended to eat the baby - it was trying to have a group hug."


Oh, is that what giant constrictor snakes do? They love too much? Then they're like..."Why does everyone I love die?"


Unless it brought a knife and fork, there wasn't any way it could eat the kid. Like I said, it probably liked the warmth.
 
2013-01-07 05:01:15 PM
Besides we all know its DIngos that eat babby, not snakes.
 
2013-01-07 05:01:18 PM
i.qkme.me
 
2013-01-07 05:01:29 PM
Yesterday it was a five foot python. Today it's a six foot python! Someone help that little girl!
 
2013-01-07 05:01:59 PM

kid_icarus: Tex Tillis, who owns Tex's Snake Removals, said the python was not trying to hurt the child. He told The Daily Telegraph: "The snake, not in any way, shape or form, had intended to eat the baby - it was trying to have a group hug."


Oh, is that what giant constrictor snakes do? They love too much? Then they're like..."Why does everyone I love die?"


Pythons are well known for their distaste of small mammals.
 
2013-01-07 05:02:12 PM
Was the snake named Pete?
 
2013-01-07 05:03:07 PM

kid_icarus: Tex Tillis, who owns Tex's Snake Removals, said the python was not trying to hurt the child. He told The Daily Telegraph: "The snake, not in any way, shape or form, had intended to eat the baby - it was trying to have a group hug."


Oh, is that what giant constrictor snakes do? They love too much? Then they're like..."Why does everyone I love die?"


Does it matter what it intended if the kid dies?

Austria seems like a scary sort of place. I kind of doubt I will ever go there at this point.
 
2013-01-07 05:04:13 PM
AAHHHHH SNAKE!

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2013-01-07 05:04:25 PM
This reads disgustingly like Anime porn
 
2013-01-07 05:04:56 PM

Jument: Austria seems like a scary sort of place. I kind of doubt I will ever go there at this point.


I agree, the spiders in Vienna are god-awful.
 
2013-01-07 05:07:29 PM
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2013-01-07 05:07:47 PM
 
2013-01-07 05:13:20 PM
According to Brisbane Times, she switched on her mobile phone and found a 6-foot snake coiled round the arm of her daughter.

This would not have happened if she had kept her phone turned on. Never turn your phone off.

Snake attack. There's an app for that
 
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