TOWNSVILLE, Australia (NBC/APTN) - A childcare center in Australia was forced to shut down because of a snake infestation.
The head of the center called in local city officials for help after first spotting a baby python.
Snake catchers then found an 8-foot python and 23 babies inside a wall. They also found 41 eggs.
"There is no poison involved that can kill you, but they can give you a nice gash if they get hold of you," said snake catcher Steve Coulson.
Catchers are still at the center to catch a number of baby snakes that are still on the loose.
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A portion of Dominion Boulevard in Chesapeake is shut down as part of an emergency closure.
A horse that was reported missing in Elizabeth City has been found dead.