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You can watch a report by ITV's Sarah Cooper below.
A couple from Northamptonshire are warning people to think carefully before buying snakes.
Jo and Jeremy Aldwinckle from Corby have turned their dining room into a snake rescue centre. Since last summer they've taken in nearly 50 reptiles and now have a waiting list.
It comes as the RSPCA says it's rescuing a rising numbers of reptiles.
Jo is also warning about the frequent danger of buying snakes from people on social media, having paid £40 to rescue an anaconda from Chichester herself.
"I think it's becoming far too easy to buy. I could go on Facebook now, £300 - and I can go and get you a 14 foot female reticulated python, today, in the next five minutes. Not everyone's going to check, or ask you the questions, can you look after it? Have you got experience?"
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Twycross Zoo has announced that its herd of Asian elephants will be heading to a new home.
They say the decision's been taken because they want the female herd to start breeding, but it could be a blow as the zoo loses one of its star attractions.
Yasmin Bodalbhai reports from the enclosure: