For many, summer is one of the seasons most people look forward to. For some, it is their most dreaded one. Just like humans, animals would also like to stay in a cool place during this dry season. Animals like to stay in a hidden dark place where they won’t be disturbed – one good example of an animal like this is a venomous snake.
This is the curious case of a family in Texas. A boy got up one morning and went to the toilet. When he opened the toilet lid, he was surprised to see a diamondback rattlesnake inside which happens to be considered as a venomous snake.
The venomous snake in their toilet purportedly made its way inside the house through an open pipe. Thankfully, the boy was not harmed during the encounter.
The family had another surprise when they knew that it is not only one venomous snake hiding in their home, but there were 24 other rattlesnakes cloaking in secluded corners of their house.
As a preventive measure, it is best to check open pipe and holes to prevent such venomous snake from entering your home. During summer, these reptiles roam around to find their own cool spot for comfort and relief. Some might not cause any harm, but others can be of danger to you and your family.
This type of venomous snake tends to be territorial. When not prevented, they can creep-into your home and become a threat to every family member.
No family member was reportedly harmed during the said recovery of the rattlesnake.
As a precaution, it is advised to check your homes, especially the openings in and out of the house to avoid such cases.