Florida authorities remove massive water snake from elderly woman's home

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PHOTO VIA POLK COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE/FACEBOOK
  • Photo via Polk County Sheriff's office/Facebook
Though a cobra is still on the loose in Ocala, authorities did locate a 6-foot water snake inside an elderly woman's home early Friday morning.

According to the Polk County Sheriff's office, this impressive, non-venomous, banded water snake was removed by the Agriculture Crimes Unit at her home in Lake Wales, Florida.



Thankfully, neither the home owner or the snake were harmed.

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