MANOR, Texas — Don't be surprised if you see a snake slithering around the corner in Manor.

According to the Manor Police Department, the recent weather patterns have been the perfect conditions for snake sightings, and apparently, authorities have removed more than 60 venomous snakes from populated areas within the last month.

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Most recently, Manor Animal Control "took possession" of a rare patternless diamondback rattlesnake from Manor ISD, and the police department posted the photo on their Facebook page.

Police said the snake was born with a mutation that is similar to humans born as albino.