Snakes, Alligators And Tarantula Among Animals Removed From Brooklyn Housing Project
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Several exotic animals were removed from a residence in Brooklyn on Friday afternoon.
Police said they found six snakes, including a boa constrictor and five pythons, at the Crown Heights housing project.
In addition, they also discovered two bearded dragons, two alligators, a scorpion, a tarantula and a gecko.
The animals were removed by Animal Care and Control from the Weeksville Houses at 1625 Dean St.
So far, no charges have been filed. The NYPD said the animals were removed as a result of an ongoing investigation.
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