They have also said, while the snake will grow more over time, she is relatively smaller than the green anaconda popularly seen in the movie of the same name.
The owner has told media that the snake is harmless and relatively docile. However, Nair also said people who do not have experience with snakes should not try to capture her and rather call for assistance.
He said she is their family pet and appealed to anyone who may find her to return her unharmed.
If anyone spots the anaconda, contact Nair on 082 605 9530, snake catcher Jason Arnold on 082 745 6375 or Rusa at 086 1234 333.
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