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Boa Constrictor Loose In Humboldt
05/05/2016

(KLZA)-- Humboldt residents are asked to be on the lookout for a t Boa Constrictor that escaped from a home in the Richardson County community.

The brownish-gray colored snake escaped from the home of Kim Hoagland at 528 4th Street  late Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning.  The snake is 6-foot long and is about as big around as an apple.

Boa Constrictors are not necessarily poisonous if they bite you, but the bite tears at the skin and can become infected.

Officlals say the snake has no fangs,  and that it is described as a tree snake.

If you see the snake, contact the Richardson County Sheriff’s Office.  

 

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