Second bag of snakes dumped outside Sunderland Fire Station
The RSPCA is appealing for information from anyone who might know about the snakes
A second nest of 16 snakes has been found dumped outside a fire station, just days after 13 royal pythons were found in the same spot.
The reptiles were all found abandoned in pillowcases outside Farringdon fire station in Sunderland.
The first nest of 13 royal pythons was found on Thursday, and one snake has already died.
On Saturday, a further 15 corn snakes and one male carpet python were found abandoned in two pink pillowcases, inside a bin behind the station.
The snakes were rescued by RSPCA inspector Heidi Cleaver and taken to the vets.Published: by Radio NewsHub