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BRISTOL, ENGLAND - AUGUST 02: Handlers hold an albino Burmese Python at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm on August 2, 2016 in Bristol, England. Noah's Ark Zoo Farm has teamed up with the Reptile Zone in Bristol to bring a fortnight of educational shows which allows members of the public to see some of the world's most deadliest reptiles close up. The annual event showcases some of the world's most notorious snakes behind a specially constructed presentation room. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

A snake lover was found dead in his home and the coroner’s office say he was definitely killed by his pet snake named “Tiny.” 

Daniel Brandon a 31 year old British man was found dead on the floor of his home next to his pet python.  The coroner had ruled that he died by asphyxiation.  The 8 foot python was just one of 10 pet snakes that he owned.

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Snake lover 'no doubt' killed by pet python named Tiny, coroner says

A snake lover who was found dead in his Britain home late August was "no doubt" killed by his pet python named "Tiny," who the owner called "his baby," the coroner's office said on Wednesday. Daniel Brandon, 31, was found dead next to his female African rock python, who was slithering out of her pen, on Aug.