Detective catches 9ft-long anaconda with bare hands

Aaron Brown
October 16, 2017

Detective Emily Shaw received a call on Wednesday about a 9-foot-long snake on the loose, and as she is experienced handling exotic snakes, she headed right over to the scene.

Since the video was posted it has received nearly 3.5 thousand shares and 375 thousand views. There were a couple of times where the anaconda appears to try to strike her. She makes the whole thing look easy but the video seems quite intense.

"Standing ovation to you detective Shaw because I know dang well I couldn't do it because I'm terrified of snakes", says one Facebook user on the video.

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The Sheriff's Office also believes that the sperpent was probably someone's pet that might have escaped or released and requested owners to be more responsible and vigilant. Do not forget to keep cages secure and to contact Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission if you no longer want your pet.

She successfully grabs the anaconda by the tail with her hands, as the giant snake wraps its tail around her arm while she's dragging it across the ground. "Instead, contact Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission", the agency wrote in its post. "Thank God for people like you, detective Shaw".

Leon County Sheriff's Office later said that the snake was healthy and being scanned for a microchip.

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