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Five-year-old Beau Blake was playing with his brother poolside in the garden of his family’s home in Byron Bay, Australia, when the massive 10-foot python struck. Beau survived a massive attack after being bitten, restrained, and dragged into a swimming pool. A 10-foot-long python seized the five-year-old before he was rescued by his grandfather, a Melbourne radio station reported. “Once we cleaned up the blood and told him he wasn’t going to die because he wasn’t a poisonous snake…he was actually pretty good,” said his father Ben. The incident took place on Thursday, November 11. On February 24, at a home in New South Wales, which is about eight hours north of Sydney, where the family was enjoying their day by the pool.
It was instant, I saw a big black shadow come out of the bush and before they hit the bottom it completely wrapped around his leg,” Ben told 3AW on Friday, November 25. Allan, 76, was able to pull his grandson, who was still in the clutches of the pool snake, out of the pool and then handed him over to Ben. “He passed it to me and then I had to separate the two. I released it from his leg. It was kind of like a test,” the father said. Beau was naturally shaken by the incident and they continued to monitor the bite on the boy’s ankle for signs of infection. Ben said of his son: “It’s an absolute bunch,” People reported.
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One snake catcher, Kane Anderson, told 7News that although the breeding season is underway, he is still quite “shocked” by the event: “It’s a strange incident, I haven’t heard of one like this before.” Anderson further said, “Always treat a snake” as if it were venomous.
In another snake attack on Tuesday, November 22, a two-year-old boy was feared to have been poisoned after being bitten by a venomous brown snake in Queensland. The keeper noticed two puncture wounds on his hand and saw the snake measuring about 40 cm, the outlet reported.
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Miraculously, the boy did not show any symptoms of having been poisoned by snake venom. Despite this, as a precautionary measure, the boy was taken to Bowen Hospital, where he is in stable condition and under observation. Paramedics did not identify the species of the snake, but described it as a “brown snake.” Fully grown eastern brown snakes can reach up to 2.5 meters and are considered among the most dangerous in the world. ‘Kidz at the Beach’ has yet to comment on the incident, it reported.