West Texas family finds rattlesnake in toilet, 24 total

West Texas family finds rattlesnake in toilet, 24 total
(Source: Big Country Snake Removal/ Facebook)
(Source: Big Country Snake Removal/ Facebook)
(Source: Big Country Snake Removal/ Facebook)
(Source: Big Country Snake Removal/ Facebook)
(Source: Big Country Snake Removal/ Facebook)
(Source: Big Country Snake Removal/ Facebook)
(Source: Big Country Snake Removal/ Facebook)

TAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS (KWES) - A Taylor County family found a rattlesnake in their toilet last week.

"Last week we received a call from a family in Jones county who had an adult rattlesnake in their toilet. Yes, in their toilet!" the Big Country Snake Removal company wrote in a Facebook post.

According to the post, this is the first time in years the family had seen a snake on the property.

Upon arrival, the company removed a total of 19 adult snakes and 5 babies.

The company wrote that rattlesnakes are "secretive" and is very easy for them to camouflage.

"Just because you don't see them doesn't mean they aren't there," they wrote.

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