Search: Reptile rescuer finds nearly 100 rattlesnakes beneath California home

Oct. 15 (UPI) — An animal rescuer responding to a California home where snakes were noticed beneath the home said he ended up rounding up nearly 100 rattlesnakes.

Al Wolf of Sonoma County Reptile Rescue said he answered to a North Bay home where a resident noticed a snake slithering beneath the building, and he looked beneath the home to switch trying dozens of rattlesnakes taking refuge.

“It took about three hours, however I realized a total of 92 rattlesnakes beneath that condominium, I became once jubilant red, I may per chance well perhaps like that came about each day to me,” Wolf suggested WABC-TV.

Wolf posted photos of the snakes he eradicated from beneath the home to Facebook.

The reptile rescuer said it be unfamiliar to search out so many rattlesnakes in a single self-discipline, and basically the most smartly-liked drought is likely responsible.

“The drought will trigger them to switch to areas where there’s water, taking a live up for lizards and rodents,” he said.

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