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carpet snake

a large python, a member of the subfamily Pythoninae of the family Boidae. They are not venomous and are often kept as pets. They are also useful in rodent control.
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FLASHBACK: Our story on Wednesday BACK HOME: Robin Hopkins from Daventry Road Aquatics has had his Carpet Python returned after it was stolen
DISTRACTED: Youngsters at the till could hold clues CAUGHT ON CAMERA: The youth reaches into the glass tank to grab the snake IN THE BAG: Youth strolls out with the python in a carrier MISSING: A carpet python similar to this was taken from Coventry Aquatics
Even the harmless Giant Carpet Python will give them the fright of their life if its 15ft length slides past.
But a seven foot green and silver Carpet Python, ironically named Angelica, made my resolve waver.
The carpet python, called Babe, was found dead coiled under the dashboard of the car by mechanic Duncan Ronaldson.
The three-year-old carpet python was described as dark in colour with yellowish patches along its body.
The pair had to find 10 keys in boxes containing rats and an Australian carpet python.
AUGUSTUS the carpet python felt a bit rough after slithering inside a chicken coop for his tee.
Despite finding it difficult to breathe he managed to keep the helmet on until the final creature - a carpet python - was put in.
Jason put on a helmet which was filled with cockroaches, beetles and spiders followed by a carpet python.
CARPET pythons Phil and Grant were in for a busy weekend when the Antipodean duo joined a wide range of animals across the zoo's site marking Australia Day on January 26.