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Five-Foot Snake Found In Dublin Tree In The Early Hours Of This Morning

By katedemolder

June 23, 2017 at 8:58am


Okay, we don't mean to scare you guys - but we're pretty sure that the apocalypse is now. 

And no, we're not kidding. 

A five-foot albino corn snake was found in a tree in the Ballybrack area last night, baffling and horrifying locals. 

According to The Herald, the reptile was removed from the branch and brought to the Bairbre O'Malley Veterinary Hospital in Bray, Co Wicklow to ensure its safety. 

The snake's finders put a call out on social media to find its owner, but no one has come forward as of yet. 

The animal has been confirmed as healthy by medical professionals - but there is a worry that the animal has been abandoned. 

Should you know someone who lost an albino corn snake in the Ballybrack area - please give Bairbre O'Malley Veterinary Hospital a ring on 01 272 3857.

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