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Old 08-02-19, 12:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Unhappy HELP!! Lost snake!

Firstly, I apologise if this is the incorrect forum, I'm new here.

Hello everyone, on Wednesday morning I noticed that my BP escaped his enclosure and I immediately began searching the house and laying down some plastic bag traps. I recently moved, and this house is fairly older and more compact (and, for the most part, pretty spacious)

I searched just about everywhere, laying low during the night and checking rooms periodically to see if he might be moving around, but no luck. It seems the plastic bags weren't disturbed either.

I know most snakes can be missing for weeks before they turn up, but I'm extremely worried about a small hole in my floor that's close to my bed. I believe it was for pipes that were since removed.

He's a fully grown BP, but I still believe there's a possibility he could've wriggled into the gap (maybe an inch and a half wide?) the night he got out. I'm not certain where this hole leads to (it goes down maybe half a foot), and the range of vision is fairly limited, but nevertheless it still makes me worry.

I covered it up immediately when I realized he had gotten out, and it's still covered now. There's a very real possibility he could be in any of the other rooms, but in the chance he took interest in the hole, what would that mean? Any advice is appreciated. I might be over-exaggerating because this is the first escape, but I just want to make sure he's okay.

If I can be certain he's in there, I think I could ask my dad to lift up the floorboard. We live on the second floor, so I'm no exactly sure where the foundation goes.

I'll keep everyone updated as time goes on.
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