Python found in Florence hills

(ANSA) – FLORENCE, MAR 17 – A royal python was found Tuesday
evening in the hills at Fiesole above Florence, local source
said Wednesday.
    The big snake was captured and taken to a clinic for exotic
animals in the Tuscan capital.
    “It was in hypothermia, it wasn’t moving,” said biologist Sandra
Mazzoli, who found the animal.
    She said it may have been released by some private individual
who could no longer afford to keep it due to the COVID pandemic.
    “Quite apart from the danger attached to putting this kind of
animal into our ecosystem, it is immoral to mistreat these
animals and abandon them,” she said. (ANSA).
   

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