BIBB COUNTY, Ga. — Not all heroes wear capes.
A Georgia animal enforcement officer was able to rescue a massive snake from the bedroom of a Macon home.
The nonvenomous rat snake snake was found slithering its way into a Bibb County home on Wednesday.
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Bibb County Animal Enforcement Officer Rebecca Galeazzo was called to home earlier that evening regarding the 6-foot snake, nicknamed “Big Mama.”
Galeazzo was unable to find it on the first try.
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Galeazzo returned to the home once the children returned to the home, where they spotted “Big Mama” under a bedside table.
The uninvited guest, who turned out to be friendly and docile, as snakes go, was released unharmed back into the wild.
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