Female Cop Captures A 9 Feet-Yellow Anaconda With No Equipment, Video Goes Viral Of Her Catching The Snake With Bare Hands

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Female Cop Captures A 9 Feet-Yellow Anaconda With No Equipment, Video Goes Viral Of Her Catching The Snake With Bare Hands

The video of the female cop capturing the huge reptile with bare hands was shared on the Police Force’s Facebook page and has since then gone viral.

We are sure that you must have experienced a real scare when you first saw the Jennifer Lopez and Jon Voight movie Anaconda and swore to yourself never go wandering in a South American Amazon forest. However what would you do if the call of your duty asks you to capture a 9-feet-long yellow anaconda? A similar predicament was faced by a female police officer who went ahead to capture the reptile fearlessly. Dealing with criminals and thugs is a given in police work but encountering and capturing animals is a whole different ball game altogether. The Leon County Sheriff’s office in Florida received an emergency call to rescue a snake, but when the forces reached there they found a huge 9-feet-long yellow anaconda camouflaged on the ground. The video of the female cop capturing the huge reptile with bare hands without any equipment was shared on the Police Force’s Facebook page and has since then gone viral.

Detective Emily Shaw showed immense bravery and captured the reptile single-handedly and put the snake into a bag. She did all this with no equipment at all and used her bare hands to rescue the huge snake. The scary and nail-biting footage was shared on Leon County Sheriff’s official Facebook page where it has garnered immense praise and appreciation from the public. The video has since then gone viral and generated around 421,831 views. World Snake Day 2017: Four Snakes From Popular Culture Who Are Mysterious, Powerful And Full Of Attitude

According to the information shared by the Facebook page the snake was someone’s exotic pet and had escaped from its cage or was released. The Facebook page asked people to act responsibly and suggested that if they no longer want the pet to contact Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission but not to release their exotic pets into the wild.