California kingsnake found under sink in Rhyl
A 2ft (0.6m) California kingsnake has been found under a sink in Wales.
The snake was found by a member of the public in a shop on Wellington Road, Rhyl, on Tuesday, the RSPCA said.
William Galvin from RSPCA Cymru said the "young and healthy" snake had been taken to a specialist centre.
According to Reptiles Magazine, California kingsnakes will eat other snakes and should be kept alone. They generally kill their prey through suffocation.
Mr Galvin said: "This snake is most likely an escapee so we hope we can track down the owner quickly."
The RSPCA is also appealing for the owner of a 5ft (1.5m) royal python found in Llandudno last week.
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The RSPCA advised reptile owners to "invest in an enclosure suitable for the particular species and that the enclosure is kept secure" as snakes are "extremely good escape artists".