An unidentified perpetrator has dropped a ball of about 40 snakes in the parking lot of Walmart at Paragould, Arkansas.
Among the dead animals are bearded dragons, poisonous snakes, turtles and a dog. The report added that the beagle-mix was found draped in a sheet. Most of the animals died as they were trying to escape their deplorable cages.
Speaking with CBS North Carolina, Christine said she sprinted away from the ball of snakes as soon as she finished taking photos.
An unsuspecting staff was shocked after finding a 5-foot reticulated python in a hotel room she was cleaning.
The 6-foot-long python was seized during a raid of a methamphetamine lab in Australia. It had apparently absorbed drug fumes through its skin and has developed addiction to it.
A man ended up paying more than a hundred dollar for letting his pet roam "freely" at a park.
Most snakes in the presence of humans will retreat to avoid conflict. Unless humans attempt to touch them or get closer to them, they will fight back in order to defend themselves, he said.
King cobras are known to avoid humans as much as possible. The snake might have been too thirsty that it seek help in the village.
False alarm! Remember the photo of the two-headed snake that went viral over the past few days? It might actually be just a caterpillar.
It took Justin Kobylka eight years of selective breeding before finally creating his reptilian masterpiece.
Researchers developed a cheaper and more effective way of neutralizing deadly snake venom.
Ball pythons, "known as royal python," are native to central and western Africa and thrive in these warm, tropical areas.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission employed the help of two tribesmen from Southern India to track Burmese pythons lurking in Florida's Everglades.
Large species of tarantula found devouring a foot-long non-venomous snake in the wild.