A warning has been issued to residents in ‘The Cascades Estate’ at Silverdale, New South Wales and surrounding suburbs that an adult Boa Constrictor snake is ‘at large’, after a shed snake skin was found on a building site.
The snake reportedly went missing last Wednesday, and people have been warned not to make contact with it if they see it, as they are known to bite and strangle their prey.
SNAKE ON THE LOOSE! A warning has been issued to residents in 'The Cascades Estate' at Silverdale and surrounding suburbs, that an adult Boa Constrictor snake is 'at large', after a shed snake skin was found on a building site. #9News pic.twitter.com/2KgtNGsSKo
— Nine News Sydney (@9NewsSyd) October 14, 2019
this is supposedly the skin left over pic.twitter.com/BlKz666FfM
— camwilson 👋 (@cameronwilson) October 14, 2019