Sydney vet pulls beach towel from python's mouth

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The towel was around one metre deep from 'Monty Python's' head. 9News

An animal hospital in Sydney's north west has been taken by surprise after it was tasked with extracting a beach towel from a three metre long python.

"Monty Python", as the family pet is affectionally known, was taken to the Small Animal Specialist Hospital last Thursday after she was found eating a children's beach towel the night before. A video shared on Facebook by the hospital shows a vet extracting the towel using long forceps. The towel was around one metre from Monty Python's head."A flexible endoscope was placed down Monty's gastrointestinal tract, which allowed us to visualise the end of the towel sitting her stomach," the Facebook post read.

"Once we had a good grip, the towel was able to be carefully removed from the gastrointestinal tract with endoscopic guidance.""It was smiles all round and we are happy to report that both Monty and the beach towel have lived to see another day," the hospital said.


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Looks like the Monty Python the python found the meaning of life. 🐍🤭😂

Did it think someone was still in it! Lol

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