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A Ball Python at Reptile World Serpentarium in St. Cloud, opens its mouth, Tuesday, January 29, 2018. The research facility and zoo is only one of a handful in the U.S. that provides snake venom to pharmaceutical companies for development of antivenin. The facility has 75 species of live snakes from around the world, along with other reptiles, on display. (Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel)
A Ball Python at Reptile World Serpentarium in St. Cloud, opens its mouth, Tuesday, January 29, 2018. The research facility and zoo is only one of a handful in the U.S. that provides snake venom to pharmaceutical companies for development of antivenin. The facility has 75 species of live snakes from around the world, along with other reptiles, on display. (Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel)

A lawn crew was shocked to find more than trimmings while they were working on the lawn of a Delaney Park residence. It was a ball python, according to a Wednesday report by WOFL.

The crew called the homeowner, who asked them to dispose of it, but the crew said they were too afraid to approach the snake.

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That’s when the homeowner called Bob Cross, also known as the Critter Man.

Cross was easily able to capture the snake, a ball python, which are not native to Florida.

The ball python is native to sub-Saharan Africa but is very common in the pet trade, and has been known to escape or be released into the wild, according to the University of Florida.

Because of the snake’s healthy and well-fed body, Cross believes the snake was a pet and hopes to reunite it with the owner.

Read the full report at WOFL.

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