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14-foot Burmese python escapes, on the loose in Indiana neighborhood

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A 14-foot python is on the loose in Beech Grove, according to police. Police say the Burmese python escaped its owners’ residence in the 400 block of Byland Drive Tuesday. The python is approximately 14 feet long and may have escaped anytime in the last few days. If you spot it do NOT attempt to catch it. Call the Beech Grove Police Department or 911 immediately. Burmese pythons are one of the largest snakes on earth. They are non-venomous and native to the woodlands, grasslands, swamps and marshes of Southeast Asia but often the choice pet of reptile owners in the U.S. because of their docile nature.

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