Scottish animal welfare baffled by python mutilation in Aberdeen

Two dead 5ft snakes were discovered at a nature reserve within a month of each other

A python has been found dead, slit open along the length of its body, while another was found in pieces, prompting an investigation at a nature reserve in Scotland.

The 1.5-metre (5ft) snakes were discovered within a month of each other at Den of Maidencraig in Skene Road, Aberdeen. A member of the public found the slit-open snake on 7 January, while the second was found on 31 January.

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Source: theguardian
Scottish animal welfare baffled by python mutilation in Aberdeen