Some strange bedfellows taking shelter from water were rescued from a sewer pit in Ipswich

Our snake catcher Bryce was called to remove some wildlfie that had been trapped in a flooded sewer site. The frogs, turtle and snake weren’t able to climb up the sides. Bryce safely relocated a Saw Shelled Turtle, Keelback Snake and several Green Tree Frogs from the tiny island poking out of the water in the sewer pit. Given the Keelback Snake is well known for eating frogs, it’s curious seeing animals escaping the water together.

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