Five-metre albino Burmese python captured at Gold Coast home – video

This giant albino Burmese python, believed to be over five metres in length and weighing more than 80kg, is captured at a home in Oxenford, Queensland, on 22 March. Veteran snake handler Tony Harrison says it’s the biggest he has seen in his 27-year career. ‘The poor old lady who opened the front door to see it there got the fright of her life,’ he says. The snake, suspected of being an illegal pet, is a banned species in Australia, meaning it will probably be destroyed


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