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PostPosted: Mon Jul 16, 2012 4:28 pm 
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Last night around 10, on the concrete path from Po Wah Yuen down towards O Tsai, I saw a 3 m. Burmese Python crossing the walkway. This would be the downhill path, behind the two brown benches near the large electrical substation and the trash bins. In the streetlight, the snake's distinctive markings were quite clear as it crossed into the long grass beyond, where there are a couple of large gravesites. This may explain why we've not seen the two or three feral cats who often napped atop the tombstones. Cat and small dog owners may wish to take note.


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