The specialist who came to the scene had never seen anything like it before.
He collected five snakes from the roof structure of a single house in Australia Brandon Gifford, of Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers 24/7, reports Yahoo News. The expert came to a home north of Brisbane because the owner feared a carpet python had entered the roof. The animal was seen by an electrician.
“After 15 minutes, I came across a brown tree snake up there,” Gifford enlivened.
To his great surprise, more and more individuals appeared, and finally he collected five snakes.
The specialist has been catching snakes for eight years, but he has never found so many under one roof. Gifford also discovered shed skins at the site, including a carpet-patterned python. The venom of brown tree snakes is not very strong, and they rarely pose a danger to humans.
According to Gifford, snakes in Australia like to hide under roofs in both winter and summer. As it gets warmer above, animals can crawl down in search of cooler surroundings.