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(Great Falls Tribune) Video You know you're in Australia when a pair of pythons crash through a home's ceiling while fighting for dominance, and the whole episode is being calmly filmed and narrated by an Aussie woman who call the snakes "a bit naughty"   ( greatfallstribune.com) divider line
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2018-09-12 01:55:36 PM  
12 votes:

AirForceVet: Maybe they were mating?


Watch the video.  The woman's a snake-catcher and explains what's going on.  Pretty cool.
2018-09-12 02:06:43 PM  
7 votes:
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2018-09-12 02:27:15 PM  
6 votes:
Apparently, the woman filming was a professional snake catcher. I imagine, in Australia, a pair of pythons would be a relatively calm event, compared to some species they may encounter.
2018-09-12 02:52:16 PM  
4 votes:
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2018-09-12 06:29:24 PM  
3 votes:

4th Horseman: From the video, the lady explains that this was "the first combat males of the season". Do they regularly do this in homes?


Well, mating season, which is usually yearly. And around this time of yeah the Magpies get a stick up their assets about people walking within a Kilometre (about 1/2 a mile for you yanks) and try to peck the living shiat out of anyone going near their nests. Google up magpie attacks to see what I mean.

/Yes, yearly.
//Pyhons are not poisonous so don't let them hug you and your fine.
/// They can still bite
2018-09-12 01:54:58 PM  
3 votes:
Yep Australia, If it were me I'd be replacing to door, after ripping it off the hinges getting out.
2018-09-12 09:36:07 PM  
2 votes:

ansius: WinterMuteAu: 4th Horseman: From the video, the lady explains that this was "the first combat males of the season". Do they regularly do this in homes?

Well, mating season, which is usually yearly. And around this time of yeah the Magpies get a stick up their assets about people walking within a Kilometre (about 1/2 a mile for you yanks) and try to peck the living shiat out of anyone going near their nests. Google up magpie attacks to see what I mean.

/Yes, yearly.
//Pyhons are not poisonous so don't let them hug you and your fine.
/// They can still bite

[YouTube video: Steve Irwin Greatest TV event. Rare Snake Bite. Sunshine TV.]

I love the way he apologises at the end.


I miss that guy.
2018-09-12 02:25:46 PM  
2 votes:
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2018-09-12 03:40:05 PM  
1 vote:

thesubliminalman: Aw it's just a cute little snake ...

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                              Relax

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                               It can't hurt ya ...  it can't fly

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If a snake can fly 40 feet up in the air to warp onto a snake hook, that trainer deserves a raise.
2018-09-12 03:27:29 PM  
1 vote:
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2018-09-12 02:42:18 PM  
1 vote:

beezeltown: Apparently, the woman filming was a professional snake catcher. I imagine, in Australia, a pair of pythons would be a relatively calm event, compared to some species they may encounter.


You'd think as a professional she would know how to................HOLD A farkING PHONE WHEN SHE FILMS A VIDEO.  goddamnitsomuch.
2018-09-12 02:22:10 PM  
1 vote:
Since everything in Austria wants to eradicate humans. two snakes crashing through the ceiling is the USA equivalent of going to the store for toilet paper.
2018-09-12 02:21:12 PM  
1 vote:
Video wouldn't play...but I purely love the Aussie/Brit 'no big deal' attitude.


"Stings a bit" means "Hurts like hell, but I'm not going to make a fuss about it."
2018-09-12 01:41:23 PM  
1 vote:
Maybe they were mating?
 
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