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Panic as residents kill three pythons in Lagos

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Samson Folarin Some security guards of Greenland Estate in the Mende, Maryland area of Lagos State killed three 30-foot pythons in the early hours of Tuesday. PUNCH Metro learnt that the killing of the reptiles brought panic into the estate as residents expressed fear for their safety. It was gathered that the animals were exposed […]

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