By Josie  December 13th, 2023

Two Snakes Fighting in Ceiling Removed by Woman 

Massive snakes are not an unusual sight in Australian homes and this woman removes two fighting snakes from a ceiling without as much as a single flinch.

Mysterious Noises

The incident began with the family hearing loud thuds from their roof. Initially, the source of these noises was a mystery.

However, upon contacting snake removers, they confirmed it had been two Carpet Pythons making a home upstairs.

The video is a gripping documentation of both bravery and skill. It shows a snake catcher, Tiarnah, calmly and expertly removing two large carpet pythons from the ceiling.

The Footage

The snakes were identified as two males, which leads to the conclusion that the loud thuds were a result of them fighting for dominance in the confined space.

Are Carpet Pythons Dangerous?

While they are not venomous, they can pose a threat due to their size and strength.

Although they are generally not aggressive towards humans, caution is always advised when encountering these reptiles.

Indicators of their presence include unusual noises, like the thuds heard by the residents in this case.

Signs You Have Snakes in Your Ceiling

Other signs might include visual cues such as snake skins or droppings.

Why Do Snakes Make Homes in Ceiling

Residential ceilings make an ideal habitat for them, especially during colder months or breeding seasons.

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