Published: Thu, March 21, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Slithering, Hissing Rattlesnakes Found Under US Home

Slithering, Hissing Rattlesnakes Found Under US Home

A Texas man didn't realize he had a slithering problem under his house until one day, he saw a few snakes.

The company said on its Facebook page that the homeowner had crawled underneath his home after high winds disrupted his cable television service.

Big Country Snake Removal posted a video to Facebook on Sunday showing the removal of 45 rattlesnakes from underneath a home near Albany.

But when Big Country Snake Removal arrived on March 13, the workers soon realized it was more than just a "few" snakes.

A Texas resident found dozens of rattlesnakes underneath his home.

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The company, Big Country Snake Removal, posted the almost 18-minute long video of the removal online.

'Rattlesnakes don't care how nice your house is or what kind auto you drive- they care simply about survival'.

Hawkins told Abilene TV station KTXS that his company removes about 2,000 snakes per year.

Erik Ledig, medical director of the emergency department at Texas Health Willow Park and Texas Health Burleson, said snake bites in the US are rarely fatal and most are not venomous. "A lot of people are getting snakes in their yard, and it's because basically the habitat has been destroyed around the housing developments".

To avoid being bitten, it's recommended that you call professionals if you see a snake on your property.

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