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Terrified mother finds a five-metre albino snake on her doorstep

Terrified mother finds a five-metre, 80-kilogram albino snake on her doorstep – before the giant python has to be put down

  • The albino Burmese python was found at an Oxenford home on the Gold Coast 
  • It measured in at five-metres in length and weighed up to 80kg 
  • The giant python is native to the Asia and Africa and is illegal to own in Australia 

A mother has been left terrified after finding a giant python sitting on her doormat.  

The albino Burmese python measured at five-metres in length and weighed around 80kg. 

When the mother found the large python out the front of her Oxenford home on the Gold Coast, she contacted a snake catcher to have it removed. 

The albino Burmese python measured at five-metres in length and weighed around 80kg. (pictured: The python out the front of a Queensland home)

The albino Burmese python measured at five-metres in length and weighed around 80kg. (pictured: The python out the front of a Queensland home)

After taking the call, Gold Coast and Brisbane snake catcher Tony Harrison was shocked to see such a rare snake.

‘Can I just say wow. A huge albino Burmese python. How damn beautiful is this snake?’ Mr Harrison wrote on Facebook. 

It was covered in scars and had its tail chopped off, suggesting it had been abused by its previous owner.  

Mr Harrison believes the massive snake may have escaped from an enclosure. 

Sadly, the snake had to be put down because 

The albino Burmese python is native to the Asia and Africa and is illegal to own in Australia.   

When the mother found the large python out the front of her Oxenford home on the Gold Coast, she contacted a snake catcher to have it removed (pictured: Brisbane and Gold Coast snake catcher, Tony Harrison, holding the massive python)

When the mother found the large python out the front of her Oxenford home on the Gold Coast, she contacted a snake catcher to have it removed (pictured: Brisbane and Gold Coast snake catcher, Tony Harrison, holding the massive python)

The albino Burmese python is native to the Asia and Africa is illegal to own in Australia. If let into the wild, it may disrupt the habit of many animals so it was euthanised upon its capture

The albino Burmese python is native to the Asia and Africa is illegal to own in Australia. If let into the wild, it may disrupt the habit of many animals so it was euthanised upon its capture

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