Cambridge python is found up a TREE and returned safely to its owned

Mail Online | 7/4/2019 | Dianne Apen-sadler For Mailonline
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A 9ft reticulated python that slithered through the streets of Cambridge for five days has been found up a tree and returned to its owner.

Turin the snake escaped through an open bedroom window on Sunday morning, leading police to start a hunt for the concealed creature.

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But after just a day, they gave up, saying the python poses a risk only to small animals and not people.

His desperate owner, Ivan, put up signs in his neighbourhood asking people not to harm his pet as 'he's completely harmless and very used to people', reports Cambridgeshire Live.

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Fortunately, the snake didn't manage to get very far - and was found up a tree on...
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