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Snakes in the dunny?

Ever found a snake down your toilet? A recent video went viral online - showing a snake being removed from a toilet in Thailand. CTBCC's Lin Schwarzkopf spoke to National Geographic on why snakes might end up in your dunny.
Snakes in the dunny?


Lin offered some rational ideas as to why snakes might be attracted to the toilet bowl - 

“Snakes drink water, like other vertebrates, and need water to survive. They are probably looking for water,” she said. “Also, snakes like to avoid noise, lights, and disturbance, and rooms with toilets in them tend to be small and dark with good hiding places.”

And, since rats and frogs “also need water and like quiet, dark locations, snakes may go into toilets looking for prey.”

Read the full article, and watch the viral video, here