Hiss off! Venomous snake takes refuge in Australian man’s engine bay

AUTOBLOG | on Wed, Jan 3, 1:55 PM

A man who went out for a walk in suburban Sydney got quite a surprise when he returned to his red Mazda[1]. Left on his windshield was a hand-written note warning him that a venomous red-bellied black snake had taken up residence in his car. "Hi," the note read, "this afternoon a red Belly slithered up into your front left tyre. Please be careful." The snake is a native of wet areas of eastern Australia that can grow up to 2.5 meters (about 8 feet), making it one of Australia's largest venomo...

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