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Python Found Sleeping Under The Hood Of A Car, August 1983

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Ann Arbor News, August 4, 1983
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CHECK THE PYTHON PLEASE - Monty Python, the British comedy team, may be hysterically funny, but finding a nine-foot Burmese python under the hood of his car was more in the nature of a hysterical experience for 25-year-old Terry Jackson of Miner Street Wednesday afternoon. Jackson discovered the sleeping reptile when he went to change the oil in his father's car.

Humane Society Employees Remove A Python From The Engine Of A Car, August 1983

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Ann Arbor News, August 4, 1983
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Humane Society workers Carl Strom, left, and Bill Maples pull the python out of the auto.

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Beverly Sue Gray & Benny The Boa Constrictor, September 1947

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Ann Arbor News, September 23, 1947
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MEET BENNY THE BOA: Beverly Sue Gray, 10, fifth-grade pupil at Mack School and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Gray, 306 Maple Ridge Ave., displays Benny (the benevolent) Boa Constrictor. Benny, a highly sophisticated snake who spurns such reptilian delicacies as live mice and guinea pigs and demands a diet of hamburger, belongs to Beverly Sue's 19-year-old brother, Charles B., a GI student at Ann Arbor High School and an amateur herpetologist.