28 Apr '18, 8am

Massive python visits Bukit Batok wet market but couldn’t finish eating dead rat https://t.co/SB1t50AuKi

Massive python visits Bukit Batok wet market but couldn’t finish eating dead rat https://t.co/SB1t50AuKi

We got the call about the python today morning. It is our native reticulated python which was sighted at a wet market. We believe the python was eating a rat when it was first sighted. The snake had gone back into some roof gap and could not be located. However, there is nothing to be worried about. Rats and small birds do tend to use roofing areas as homes and the snake probably decided to stay there to find food. Areas like wet markets do tend to attract rats and this in turn will attract pythons who are great at controlling rat populations. We urge the public to not be alarmed or provoke or handle the snake.

Full article: https://mothership.sg/2018/04/python-bukit-batok/

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