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Did You Know a Toilet Bowl Can Hold a 12-Foot Long Python?

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Female visitors to Australia’s Charles Darwin National Park got a nice surprise when they found this 12-foot long python in a surprising spot.

Australia’s odd nature encounters hardly shock us anymore, but this story might top them all.

Recently Park Rangers in Charles Darwin National Park got quite the scare when they found a 12-foot long python curled up inside a toilet bowl. In the ladies room. That’s right, this fancy snake lady just needed a place to cool off.

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FB/Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife

As the Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife page says, “It took a little bit of persuasion to encourage it to vacate the cubicle. Thankfully it was discovered by rangers and not some poor unsuspecting visitor!”

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FB/Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife

This instance will definitely make you think twice about checking where you sit from here on out, even if you don’t ever plan on visiting Australia.

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FB/Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife

Animals – they’re just like us! Except that we use toilets, and they hide inside.

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Did You Know a Toilet Bowl Can Hold a 12-Foot Long Python?