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Snake ‘orgy’ an unexpected sight for Gold Coast snake catchers

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Two Queensland snake catchers got more than they bargained for when they were called to their latest job.

Two Queensland snake catchers got more than they bargained for when they were called to their latest job.

The catchers, from Wild Encounters on the Gold Coast, were called to an 'orgy' of Common Tree Snakes on a balcony in Currumbin.

When the snake catchers arrived at the property, they found several male snakes fighting for the attention of a female snake.

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The catchers, from Wild Encounters on the Gold Coast, were called to a pile of Common Tree Snakes on a balcony in Currumbin.

"Not something we see every day," Wild Encounters said on Facebook.

"We can nearly count on one hand how many times we have seen this in over 10 years.

The catchers, from Wild Encounters on the Gold Coast, were called to a pile of Common Tree Snakes on a balcony in Currumbin.

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"It's cool every time."

One of the snake catchers told the property owners the most snakes they've discovered at a home is seven.

"Anything over three is pretty high," the snake catcher said.

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Common Tree Snakes can bite but they are not venomous.

If you find snakes at your home, call a licensed snake catcher for assistance.

Source: 9News https://www.9news.com.au/national/queensland-news-snake-orgy-a-rare-sight-for-gold-coast-snake-catchers/54b4ce26-0a1c-4ab0-9604-65ab50642875

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