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A deadly two-meter brown snake (photo) was discovered entangled under a washing machine

Do you wash there?! Huge brown hose of two meters is entangled in the washing machine of a family

  • The two-meter brown snake was found in the wax of a family home
  • A snake catcher was mentioned, but the snake disappeared before it arrived
  • The snake photo was shared on Facebook and received more than 700 likes
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A huge brown hose of two meters has been discovered entangled under a washing machine.

The deadly snake was discovered last week in the middle of the morning in the wax of a family home in Kenilworth, west of Sunshine Coast, Queensland.

Stuart Mckenzie out Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers 24/7 was called for the job, but the eastern brown had disappeared before he arrived.

A deadly two-meter brown snake (photo) was discovered entangled under a washing machine

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A deadly two-meter brown snake (photo) was discovered entangled under a washing machine

The photo of the discovery was sent to Mr. Mckenzie before he drove to the house.

& # 39; Imagine throwing the dirty laundry in the machine and seeing a brown tail disappear under it, & # 39; he said.

& # 39; It would definitely be an acceptable excuse for not washing. & # 39;

The post was liked more than 700 times and 100 people responded to the discussion.

& # 39; I always want an excuse not to wash, but this is certainly not one of them! & # 39; one wrote.

& # 39; You would never think of washing the same again, & # 39; wrote another.

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One added: & # 39; I knew homework was dangerous. & # 39;

Mr. Mckenzie told Daily Mail Australia that the family was panicking because they thought the snake was stuck.

& # 39; I was not surprised to hear that the hose was found under the washing machine, & # 39; he said.

& # 39; It was probably looking for mice to eat and it is not uncommon for snakes to hunt under furniture and houses. & # 39;

A snake catcher was summoned, but the eastern brown had disappeared before it arrived (stock image)

A snake catcher was summoned, but the eastern brown had disappeared before it arrived (stock image)

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A snake catcher was summoned, but the eastern brown had disappeared before it arrived (stock image)

He said the owners & # 39; a little too close & # 39; when they took the photo.

& # 39; Make sure you are at a safe distance from a hose in your house or garden, even if you try to take a good photo & # 39 ;, he wrote on Facebook.

& # 39; A good photo is not worth getting bitten about! & # 39;

Oriental brown snakes: the deadliest snake breed in Australia

– The eastern brown snake is the species most responsible for deaths caused by snake bites in Australia.

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– Although they are dangerous, they will always try to avoid a confrontation and will only attack as a last resort if they are threatened.

-They are native to Eastern Australia, but can be found anywhere between the coast and the central desert.

-It lives in a wide range of habitats, but mainly occurs in open grasslands, meadows and forests, and they help farmers reduce rodents.

-They can be more than two meters long and can move with surprising speed on hot days.

-Color can vary from uniform brown to gray or dark brown, while their bellies are cream, yellow or light orange with darker orange spots.

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-The females produce clutches of up to 30 eggs in late spring or early summer.

Source: Australian Reptile Park

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