& # 39; Australia … everything you're trying to kill & # 39 ;: tourist wakes up and finds a HUGE python eating a bird while hanging from its tin roof
- An enormous carpet python has been seen devouring a bend in Australia
- The snake wrapped itself around the bird while it hung on the rain gutter
- Image was uploaded to Reddit with many saying that this was normal for Australia
A tourist has woken up to the frightening sight of a huge python that devours a bend while hanging on its roof.
The stranger, who first visited Australia, watched in horror as the enormous snake began to strangle the bird.
The photo was uploaded to Reddit on Wednesday, making the internet furious – but many said it was just another day in Australia.
A tourist visiting Australia has captured the moment when a huge carpet python devoured a currawong (photo)
Many Reddit users commented on the image and said they could not believe that people lived in a country with so many dangerous animals (photo)
& # 39; This is in Australia, I've been here for a week and the legends are true about that place! & # 39; the Reddit user subtitled the photo.
Many were shocked by the image, but said Australia was full of deadly animals.
& # 39; Australia … the place where everything you try to kill, & # 39; said a Reddit user.
& # 39; I don't think this photo could be more Australian & # 39 ;, someone said.
& # 39; How do you all just die when you walk out the door? & # 39; another responded.
The carpet python is a common species that is often found in people's roofs or houses.
Carpet pythons are often found in Australia and are not deadly to humans (stock image)
Birds (and tourists) beware: one of the largest snakes in Australia
Carpet pythons are non-venomous snakes that are found in Australia, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea
The hose can be up to four meters long and weigh up to 15 kg
They can be found in almost all climates and can often appear in people's backyards
They feed on frogs, lizards and small mammals such as opossums and wallaby's
Carpet snakes are not deadly to humans and are one of the largest snake species on the east coast of Australia
They have up to 80 needle-like teeth that point backwards and can break off at a victim
Source: Snake Facts
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