Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Huge Snake Found In Downtown San Antonio Tunnel

A city worker found a whole lot of nope downtown Tuesday.

The evidence was posted Transportation & Capital Improvements Department's Facebook Page Tuesday in the form of a giant snake.

According to the post, Alfred De Hoyos, Mechanic II in Tunnel Operations, made the find while cleaning out a tunnel in downtown San Antonio.

But De Hoyos' find does serve as a great reminder: warmer weather, more snakes!

While this one may not have been poisonous, there are four species of venomous snakes that may be found in San Antonio: rattlesnakes, copperheads, coral snakes and cottonmouth water moccasins. According to the South Texas Herpetology Association, residents are most likely to see the coral snake and the rattlesnake.


Texas Breaking News

Facebook - Twitter - Google+
Tumblr - Feedly - Burner

No comments: