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(Camas, WA)  --  The City of Camas, Washington is reminding residents not to release their pets into the wild after eight pythons were found in the parking area of Lacamas Park yesterday.  Pythons are not native to the Pacific Northwest, and police believe someone who had the snakes as pets set them free.  The pythons ranged in size from three to six feet in length.  All of the snakes were caught, and police searched the area for any snakes that might have moved into the park.  They were taken to the animal shelter and might be made available for adoption.

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