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Even the man trying to sell this house admits it has a 'horrible' problem.

But there are snake lovers in the world, so he remains hopeful.

The agent trying to sell this five-bedroom house in Idaho has listed it for $66,000 less than its estimated market value - because it is infested with thousands of snakes.

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If somebody buys that house, they're freaks for doing so. :no:

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If somebody buys that house, they're freaks for doing so. :no:

They might not be freaks they might just be a little odd

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Hmm,, they could probably use their house in some TV show like Fear Factor or they could even sell some of the snakes,

and I am wondering that how were they able to live for so long with the snakes and after so long decided to leave.

and thats so much food for the Chinese and for the snake eaters,,,

it must be a dream come true for those people :P

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what a strange infestation but could they be from somewhere else or another dimension??

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Aren't there an exterminators or animal control teams who can remove these snakes?

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Aren't there an exterminators or animal control teams who can remove these snakes?

you would think...but maybe since its a den they just keep coming back

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What is even more hilarious is the realtor...Asking 109K for the house is insane!! It will cost quite a bit to get rid of the snakes and clean up the smell..

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Those snakes are harmless & cute! :wub:

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O.k. garter snakes.

Yes, they can bite, but come on.... it's like having a bunch of living spaghetti noodles.

My one major beef with the article:

"The residents are believed to be common garter snakes, a type found throughout the United States. They are not poisonous and are harmless to humans.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1349679/Desperate-realtor-slashes-price-Idaho-home-infested-SNAKES.html#ixzz1Bz0Rcvfu"

I only know of talk of one or two "poisonous" snakes, venomous on the other hand....

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I have an 8 ft boa well only about 5 ft now but growing. I really would only mind the smell.

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you would think...but maybe since its a den they just keep coming back

That's a very good point. I suppose the municipal authorities might bulldoze the house down if the situation ever gets out of hand or if too many concerns are expressed.

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Its not nice to mess with Mother Nature.

The only problem I see is the smell, snake excretia is not without its own perfume and lots of snakes also have a musk. I wonder if they tried mothballs in the walls and ceiling. It would at least keep the little darlins outside not in.

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That's a very good point. I suppose the municipal authorities might bulldoze the house down if the situation ever gets out of hand or if too many concerns are expressed.

In the end, that's probably what's going to happen.

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