About 90 snakes were removed from a woman house, a baby and adult rattlesnakes were removed out of her house after she had called a reptile rescue team about the snakes in her house in California.
The identity of the woman was however not revealed called the Sonoma Count Reptile Rescue team earlier this month to help her remove the snakes in her house.
Alan Wolf, who is the director of the reptile rescue team wrote in a Facebook post saying “Last week I got a call from a woman that says she had snakes under her house
The rescues director Alan Wolf wrote in a Facebook post: “This last week I got a call from a lady that said she had snakes under her house, 3 hours and 45 minutes later we came out with 59 babies and 22 adults snakes”
Alan later returned twice to the home and pulled removed seven snakes out, although Alan, has many reasons to believe that was not the last snakes there, the foundation of the house was built around rocks and snakes, the snakes can come and go as they want he said.
The snakes were Pacific rattlesnakes, according to Alan.
Pacific rattlesnakes can give birth to 4-21 babies from August to October, according to the Burks Museum in Seattle, female rattlesnakes can gather in one place and give birth. Rattlesnakes usually attack humans whenever they feel dangerous and threatened.