Boa constrictor captured beside River Thames at Barnes

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Media captionBoa constrictor captured beside River ThamesA large boa constrictor which was spotted slithering beside the Thames in south-west London has been captured.The snake, which was about 5ft (1.5m) long, was caught by the RSCPA on Sunday after being seen in undergrowth near Barnes Bridge.Jade Guthrie, who collected the reptile, said that due to its size, she believed it had been recently abandoned rather than it being a stray.She said it was in a good condition and would be taken into specialist care.

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Jade Guthrie said it was the largest boa constrictor she has ever had to rescue

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