Police said authorities assume the snakes were dumped in the park by someone who owned them as pets.
CAMAS, Wash. — Wildlife is to be expected in any natural area, but officers responded to a scene in Camas Thursday that looked more like a 2006 action movie.
Police and animal control officers captured and removed eight python snakes from Lacamas Park. Police said the snakes were found near the parking area at Round Lake.
Police said the snakes ranged in size from approximately 3 feet to more than 6 feet long. Python snakes are not venomous.
Camas police said officers performed an
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