A family in a Kazakh city of Temirtau was in for a surprise as they found a bag outside their home containing a crocodile and a royal python. The two were stolen from a local exhibition.
Two royal pythons, a crocodile, an iguana, four turtles and a rabbit had been stolen from an exhibition in the city's botanical garden. Police filed a criminal case over the theft.
According to the exhibition's organiser, residents of Temirtau found a bag with a crocodile and a python in their yard and brought it back to the botanical garden. The animals were exhausted.
"They had to spend a lot of time without food or water, but their lives are out of danger now," he added.
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