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Missing pythons turn up at ex-neighbor's

TORONTO, Nov. 9 (UPI) -- A Toronto man was reunited with his two pet pythons after they both turned up in the home of a former neighbor and one appeared on TV.

Jacob Lance, 18, said he was watching TV Monday morning when he recognized Veyera, his python missing since June, on the news, the Toronto Star reported Tuesday.

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Janet Wilkinson said Veyera turned up in her washing machine less than two weeks after another python was found in her home.

Lance said the first snake, named Steve French, was also his. He said Steve French escaped from the home where he used to live with his girlfriend and her family. Veyera escaped from the home, which is next door to Wilkinson's house, two weeks later.

"To find them both alive and together -- I'm beyond happy," Lance said.

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