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Fri August 5, 2011
Sedro-Woolley men skin python found on road
Two Sedro-Woolley men were driving down a road when they noticed something that turned out to be a dead 16-foot-long python.
Lino Silva and Nick Pfeifer told the Skagit Valley Herald they skinned it and plan to use the skin to make a jacket or a vest. They said they learned how to skin a python by watching the Discovery Channel.
In case you need to skin a python, here's a video of one being prepared for display in a museum;