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GIANT PYTHON GIVEN ULTRASOUND AT CHESTER ZOO

A python at Chester Zoo required a team of TEN to carry her into her doctor’s appointment. The 23ft patient, named JF, was carried by a team of zookeepers and vets for her annual health check. The giant 60kg snake, thought to be one of the largest in Europe, remained well-behaved during her ultrasound heart scan. Steve Unwin, from Chester Zoo’s vet team, said: ‘We’re pleased that we’ve been able to get some nice, clear ultrasound images of JF’s heart and it’s helped us to see that she’s healthy on the inside, as well as on the outside.

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