The snake can spit its venom, so police advise people to not approach it.
A video of a snake being fed into a wall to scare out nearly a dozen rats has gone viral on Twitter.
The woman said that because it is not immediately clear how long the python was on her property, she fears the worst for her rescue cat, who has been missing for five days.
"The amount of times that snake bit her, was enough to kind of sedate an elephant at this point basically," the girl's mom alleged.
The snake catcher who captured the almost 6.5ft-long reptile said it slithered up through the toilet pipe.
The Kharkiv Region Patrol Police said that its officers had to "improvise" in order to get the snake out of the apartment building.
The snake lunged at the zookeeper's jaw after he tried to relocate her eggs: "I had to take one for the team," he said.
The snake catcher shared the clip on social media, in which the red bellied black snake comes "very, very close" to biting its handler.
Describing the incident as "the sequel to Snakes on a Plane that nobody asked for," the train company said police were called to help locate and remove the reptile.
"I was born and raised in this area. Spent a lot of time at the beach. I never saw an alligator or a snake even close to the water let alone in the water. Unbelievable!" one Facebook user wrote.
Snake catcher Stuart Mckenzie said it is "amazing" how such a large predator "can just disappear."
The animal was found basking in the sun in the café's garden.
Video shows the snake writhing through the undergrowth along the Formoso river in Brazil's Mato Grosso do Sul state.
The Queensland family returned home to find a non-venomous carpet python dangling from their ceiling.
Snake catchers recovered the snake and released it back outdoors, capturing the whole thing on camera.
Qantas engineers have devised a so-called "wheel whacker" to clear the planes of unwelcome desert pests.
Worried about the well-being of nearby residents, the two men decided to transport the massive snake by whatever means necessary.
When a man realized a cobra was not breathing properly, he risked his own life and tried to resuscitate it using only a drinking straw.
A red-bellied black snake, believed to be hiding in order to protect itself as it prepared to shed its skin, has been found at a school.
A massive python weighing a whopping 88 pounds was discovered by a startled butcher as he set up shop for the day.
"I'm dreaming that a snake is going to fall on me," said the renter, who moved into the home with his family in January. "I can't sleep."
A snake catcher in Australia caught a massive carpet python hiding in the plants near a family's kitchen door.
When threatened, venomous eastern brown snakes can strike with little hesitation.
In a reply to one commenter, Emma Chong, who lives in the Queensland, Australia suburb of Gladstone, described the incident as "fairly normal in this area."
An NC woman, got a big shock on Saturday when she disturbed a snake hiding in her bushes. The snake struck her and, in an effort to save herself from a second attack, she toppled off the six-foot ladder.
The Palm Springs Mounted Police Search and Rescue team jumped into action to save the child, who was then taken to a nearby medical facility.
A 16-foot long python decided to visit a coffee shop late at night in Kranji, Singapore via the secret route of their toilet.
While many would run if they spotted a dangerous Indian Cobra, one woman decided to pick it up and perform tricks with it.