How to fix a sewer snake with a sewing machine
What you need to know about sewer snakes: The sewers in our cities are the source of millions of dollars in annual economic activity, according to the National Park Service.
The snakes are the biggest threat to wildlife in the U.S., according to U.N. statistics.
What you should know about sewers: The sewer snakes can grow to nearly 12 feet long.
They’re poisonous and can bite the skin, lungs and intestines.
If caught in the wrong place, they can inject a paralyzing toxin called neoprene into the animal’s stomach and intestinally into its brain.
They can also inject a neurotoxin that causes death if it gets into the heart.
The only way to kill a sewer python is to catch it in the throat or throat cavity.
The venom of the snakes is neurotoxic and can cause death in minutes.
How do you get rid of a sewer spider?
A good way to get rid on a sewer-spider infestation is to remove the snake from its home, or to have it euthanized, according the National Parks Service.
If you’re unsure about whether you should get rid or euthanize a sewer plant, call the U-Haul or the National Wildlife Federation.
For more information, call 1-800-TRAVEL-SAFE.