Wednesday, August 6, 2014
And you thought rip currents and beach fees were your biggest vacation worries..
The Philadelphia Inquirer reports today that:
"A snake that was spotted eating a seagull in a tree in Cape May County last month has been identified as an escaped red tail boa constrictor."
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Actually, there's little to fear police say, since the six-foot-long snake prefers amphibians, rodents, rabbits and birds to humans.
Good, nothing to fear. Just carry a live rabbit with you when visiting Cape May this summer.
Full story here
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