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Reunited! Cibolo authorities return escaped massive python to owner

Cibolo authorities found the slithering beast under a car early Wednesday morning.

CIBOLO, Texas — The discovery of a massive python Wednesday morning in Cibolo resulted in a ssssssweet ending after local animal care services officials reunited with the long-lost beast with its owner. 

Cibolo Animal Services initially said local police found the 12-foot-long python, which isn't venomous, around 5 a.m. under a vehicle in the Falcon Ridge subdivision on Kitty Hawk Run near Pilot Point.

Credit: Cibolo Animal Services

"We worked with out Texas Game Warden and Animal World and Snake Farm Zoo to care for her and ensure she had a home," Cibolo ACS said in a Facebook update. "We are glad we were able to reunite her with her family."


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