Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Do people ever consider what dangers could be living at home?

1. Perhaps I am just old fashioned or I am not up to date with the way of thinking with the modern world here in 2012 but owning-an albino python in my opinion is very dangerous and the reason I-think is what could we do if were alone and it attacked-us?

It would be great to hear from an albino python owner who can tell me what he or she did under such circumstances. Of course there are those who have owned one for many years, places like youtube have countless videos of albino python owners and the impression they give is a positive reflection of the snake. From my point of view, why own an animal that can be dangerous and when it does decide to be it would take several people to put it fully under control?

2. Sure its all well and good to show your friends and neighbors how nice it is when is around your neck however on youtube I’ve seen a video where it took over 5 police officers to struggle and restrain one anaconda, check it out here. Now it’s common sense if it takes that many police to restrain a powerful anaconda 5 meters long how much different would it be with a albino python? Sadly when many python owners have no longer have any use for the snake as it grows to big for a human to manage they endanger others.

The do this by dumping the snake in a large park nearby something which has proven to be a big problem in America. I once was in the UK and I heard a large animal moving at speed through the forest, I have no idea what it was as it was dark but I am sure a cruel snake owner with no thought for others life foolishly dumped a huge snake. It would be interested to-see-the owner would get on with the snake in-a fight.

3. The law should make it that all snakes have a chip inside of it and that nobody can buy a snake without a license, and if he or she sells it or it dies they should show proof, if they could do this, it would restrict people dumping them off and endangering children and adults. After all if an experienced owner can’t handle a large snake what chance would somebody have who knows nothingAboutSnakes?

I think snakes can be an interesting exotic pet to own providing you can control them fully. Snakes like green three pythons, and reticulated pythons and boa constrictors do not fall into that category of safety. Recently in the USA a Burmese python killed his owner, the snake was found wrapped around the man and the snake had a lot of stab wounds in it where he obviously tried to kill it when it attacked him, however in his attempts to do so he was unsuccessful. Neighbors said he use to HaveTheSnake AroundHisNeck.

1 comment:

  1. I've seen some vicous anaconda attacks, here is one youtube


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