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13 Exotic Animals Removed From Dean Street Home

Pythons, alligators, a boa constrictor and other illegal reptiles were removed after a six-month investigation, police said.

13 Exotic Animals Removed From Dean Street Home 13 Exotic Animals Removed From Dean Street Home 13 Exotic Animals Removed From Dean Street Home 13 Exotic Animals Removed From Dean Street Home

Dragons and gators and pythons. Oh, my.

Multiple large exotic reptiles and insects were removed from a Prospect Heights home Friday afternoon, following a six-month investigation of a resident suspected of harboring exotic animals.

At approximately 1:30 p.m. members of the 77th Precinct, joined by a team from Animal Care and Control, removed 13 animals from a home inside Weeksville Houses, including the following:

6 Snakes- 1 Boa Constrictor, 5 Pythons

2 Bearded Dragons

2 Alligators

1 Gecko

1 Scorpion

1 Tarantula

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