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We feel so bad for this little girl!
Here she is just minding her own business, trying to find some brightly colored eggs - when a snake interrupted her quest!
And scared her silly!
We sympathize with the little lady as we were frightened by that snake, and we weren't even there!!!
Stay strong, girl.
That snake is just jealous that you get to hunt eggs on Easter, and it doesn't.
Check it out by watching the video (above) !!!
Thank gawd Brooke Burke wasn't home this week!
Because if she was - she would've met an unwelcome house guest!
All coiled up and freaking us out!!!
Here's what she wrote about it:
"Glad I'm in NYC while this guy is at my home in Malibu. Yikes!!!!"
We're glad you weren't there when the snake broke in!!!
Get it outta there and stay safe!!!
[Image via whosay.]
Yep…it's the end of the world as we know it!!!!
In this week's episode of Nature Kills Us All, Hong Kong customs has found 2600 snakes inside a shipment from Thailand labeled "fruit."
WHAT KIND OF FRUIT IS MADE FROM SNAKES?!?!!?!
We're tired of the same ol' lions, tigers and bears…
Luckily Tracy Morgan's house has snakes, sharks, and Michael Jackson gloves!
As we all get ready to say so long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, goodbye to 30 Rock, the eccentric star of the show gave a tour of his Jersey home for Rolling Stone.
Tracy has a shark tank (that was featured on Tanked), snakes, a Michael Jackson glove in glass, and
The month long Python Challenge is going strong, and while we still wish there was a more humane way of doing this, the environment will be rid of a few snakes.
As previously reported, Burmese pythons are (running?) slithering rampant through the Florida Everglades and the Python Challenge has asked Floridians to hunt down the snakes.
Burmese pythons are not native to Florida (or the Western Hemisphere for that matter) and the local ecosystem is suffering because of them.
Take a gander (above) at a special report behind the challenge.
Again…can't there be a more humane way of doing this!?!
Sad….these poor snakes should be left alone!
The Florida Everglades will be hosting its annual snake hunting contest, called the Python Challenge.
All participants need is $25, and an online participation class before they get to go out in the wild and kill snakes for an ENTIRE MONTH!