I’M A Celebrity bosses have already found a outrageous lizard in camp, in what looks set to be the many snake-filled series yet.
Executive writer Richard Cowles found a 5ft runner python last week, as they rigging up to horde this year’s celebs, according to the Mirror.
The snake, which is found in Australia, kills its chase by obstruction and has been famous to kill tiny animals.
Fortunately it is not unwholesome and would not kill a human, so while the stay friends competence have to watch their footing, they’re not in any evident danger.
A source told the paper: “The unseasonably cold weather has brought the snakes out as they try and find somewhere warm. This will be an ongoing problem this year, which is not good news for the celebrities.
“Medic Bob and the group will have to be on the surveillance for anything dangerous as a snakebite can simply infer deadly if not treated quickly.”
But it’s not just snakes that the stars will have to demeanour out for – the treacherous weather has also meant that there are some-more spiders around than usual.
Last week arachnologists warned that the treacherous weather in Australia has been causing the unwholesome critters to leave their hideaways.
Dr Robert Raven told the Daily Star: “In the past we’ve had early rain and nothing. Just really dry summers. But this summer, the rain is permitting the whole complement to holder up again. People should check everywhere.
“If you collect up your towel, the next thing you know you could have a huntsman on your face. A lot of spiders are flattering harmless, but redbacks are of sold concern.”
Meanwhile a whole horde of stars have been seen nearing Down Under, including Jack Maynard, Jamie Lomas and Georgia Toffolo.
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