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Give snakes! Mother and son show some sssslick teamwork to remove a python stuck in their car tire

  • Snake catcher Mike Kimmel, nicknamed the Python Cowboy, shared a video of him and his mother pulling a large snake from the rear tire of his car.
  • The TikTok titled ‘Thanksgiving in Florida’ begins with Kimmel’s mother bravely holding the snake’s tail as he grips the python’s head
  • After a few seconds of effort, Kimmel frees the snake’s head and his mother is able to pull it out from under the car to cheers from the camera’s relatives
  • Kimmel, who has more than 225,000 followers, calls herself a wildlife consultant and professional hunter in Port St. Lucie, Florida










A video of a snake catcher working with his mother to remove a large python that was in the tire of his car has gone viral.

Snake catcher Mike Kimmel, nicknamed the Python Cowboy, shared a video in which he and his mother pulled out a large python stuck in the right rear tire of his car the week before Thanksgiving.

Titled “Thanksgiving in Florida,” the 29-second TikTok begins with Kimmel’s mother bravely holding the giant reptile’s tail behind a car parked in a garage while clutching at the head of the python emerging from the tire loop. hangs.

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Kimmel's mother pulls the reptile and helps her son

The TikTok titled ‘Thanksgiving in Florida’ begins with Kimmel’s mother bravely holding the snake’s tail as he grips the python’s head

As she pulls, Kimmel’s mom remarks, “My hands are greasy,” as Kimmel shakes and maneuvers the trapped snake head.

After a few seconds of effort, Kimmel frees the snake’s head and his mother is able to pull it out from under the car to cheers from the camera’s relatives.

“Well done, Mom,” Kimmel says, beaming with pride, “you’re a damn natural.”

It wasn’t clear how the big python got into the band well, but the video has been viewed 3.6 million times.

Kimmel, who has more than 225,000 followers, calls herself a wildlife consultant and professional hunter in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

Pythons believed to have descended from pets freed from captivity in recent decades are now devastating native species in parts of South Florida and inundating the Everglades. The pythons, which can grow up to 20 feet and 200 pounds, devour native mammal and bird populations.

After pulling the snake, Kimmel says to his mother, “Well done, Mom!  you're a damn natural'

After pulling the snake, Kimmel says to his mother, “Well done, Mom! you’re a damn natural’

Kimmel, who has more than 225,000 followers, calls herself a wildlife consultant and professional hunter in Port St. Lucie, Florida

Kimmel, who has more than 225,000 followers, calls herself a wildlife consultant and professional hunter in Port St. Lucie, Florida

In November, a python snuck aboard a sailboat in the Florida Keys and stayed there until the boat completed its nearly 100-mile journey, police said.

The crew found the 7-foot hose in the boat’s shower after docking in Marco Island on the Gulf Coast of southwest Florida earlier this month after traveling from Indian Key, a distance of about 95 miles around the southern tip of the peninsula. .

Police responded quickly, handing the invasive snake over to a local wildlife handler after its joyride, according to a police press release.

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