And meanwhile, in Australia... a woman in Adelaide had a shock when she saw a snake peep out at her from behind her fridge. She immediately called Snake Catchers Adelaide, a local service that could trap the creature. What was behind the appliance was the second most venemous land snake in the world: the Eastern brown snake, also known for its speed and aggressive nature.
As it turned out, Rolly from Snake Catchers Adelaide suspected the snake was a pregnant female, so he kept it for a few days. His suspicions were confirmed when the snake shed her skin and laid approximately 14 eggs, which he estimates will hatch in March. See a video about this below, and see Snake Catchers Adelaide's Facebook post about the incident here.