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Seven-Foot Python Found Among a Pile of Clothes at Florida Flea Market

A seven-foot Burmese python was found in a pile of clothes at a Florida flea market. (Twitter) A seven-foot Burmese python was found in a pile of clothes at a Florida flea market. (Twitter)

A Florida shopper got the scare of her life when a Burmese python was found in a pile of clothes at a flea market, according to police.

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Miami Dade Fire Rescue posted photos of the snake to Twitter.

Lieutenant Scott Mullen of the Fire Rescue said the seven-foot-long python had appeared to have recently eaten, according to reports.

It is unknown where the python came from or if it belongs to someone.

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The uninvited guest was turned over to Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, who had a busy day on Monday. Earlier in the day, they helped lure a monkey back to its owner after it was found on a mailbox and eating mail for breakfast.

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