Woman Finds Deadly Snake Inside Her Christmas Tree

Written by Natalie Bogdanski
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We all know what they say about Australia: that it's home to some of the deadliest and creepiest creatures around the world. Apparently this rings true for a Melbourne woman who got quite the surprise when she found a tiger snake tangled inside of her Christmas tree.

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The woman, based out of Franskton, called professional snake catcher Barry Goldsmith to help with the dangerous situation. According to Goldsmith, tiger snakes are notorious for being exceptional climbers and are found in all sorts of places.

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Tiger snakes are venomous snakes which come from the southern areas of Australia. Varying in colour and banded like tigers, these snakes are not to be messed with. Goldsmith explained that the woman was correct in calling a professional to deal with the situation. Most people would have either fled or tried to interact with the snake in one way or another, which is never a good idea.

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Goldsmith also explained that snakes are more active this time of year because of the warm weather. This does not mean that people should approach or even try to kill them. Goldsmith suggests that when a snake tiger is spotted, to leave it alone and ensure not to kill it.

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Tiger snakes are venomous snakes which come from the southern areas of Australia. Varying in colour and banded like tigers, these snakes are not to be messed with. Goldsmith explained that the woman was correct in calling a professional to deal with the situation. Most people would have either fled or tried to interact with the snake in one way or another, which is never a good idea.

Goldsmith also explained that snakes are more active this time of year because of the warm weather. This does not mean that people should approach or even try to kill them. Goldsmith suggests that when a snake tiger is spotted, to leave it alone and ensure not to kill it.

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