Large snake photographed in tree at Pittsburgh park

Large snake photographed in tree at Pittsburgh park

Large snake photographed in tree at Pittsburgh park
Monday, 12 April 2021

 

Large snake photographed in tree at Pittsburgh park
Large snake photographed in tree at Pittsburgh park

Police in Pennsylvania said a large snake photographed slithering through a tree in a public park is believed to be a non-venomous special

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Pittsburgh Public Safety said Thursday that the snake had been photographed in a tree by a member of the public along a trail in Frick Park.


Police, animal control officers and Pittsburgh Park Rangers were summoned to the park Thursday to search for the serpent.


The city said in a later update that experts at the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium reviewed the photo of the reptile and believe it to be a black rat snake, a non-venomous species that is native to Pennsylvania but is not often seen in the Frick Park area

Large snake photographed in tree at Pittsburgh park
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