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Three dead boa constrictors discovered next to rubbish bags at a fly-tipping spot near Glasgow


Three dead boa constrictors are discovered dumped next to rubbish bags at a fly-tipping spot near a loch outside Glasgow

  • The huge snakes were found dead next to a fly-tipping spot near a Glasgow canal
  • The three snakes were all lying close together amid the stacks of rubbish 
  • Scottish SPCA animal welfare charity appealed to the public for information

Three huge snakes were found dumped near a loch near Glasgow, causing an animal welfare charity to issue an appeal for information ahead of their investigation into the incident.

The three dead boa constrictors were found next to stacks of rubbish at a fly-tipping spot near Carbeth Loch in Blanefield, north of Glasgow.

Scottish SPCA inspector, Mairi Wright, said the snakes were found lying close together amid…



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