July 11 2018 10:12pm

Police search for 20 foot python after skin found in Warsaw

On Tuesday, authorities in Poland began looking for a giant python after discovering an outer layer of skin that was shed by the reptile, also known as the slough. The slough was approximately 13 to 20 feet long, although authorities warned the snake could be larger than that as they hadn’t found the skin that covered its head or tail. Animal rescue workers were looking in the local river near the village of Cieciszew, south of Warsaw.

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