A mother has been reunited with her 4ft-long pet snake, which went missing four months ago.
Rebecca Wood, 34, contacted the RSPCA after pictures of Charlie, her pet orange and pink California corn snake, spread across social media.
Charlie was found eight miles away at Welsh Water's treatment works in Caernarfon, North Wales.
The family only had Charlie for three months before she went missing.
Charlie the snake appeared unharmed despite living in the sewer system for four months, and was kept by the RSPCA overnight before being transported to a specialist facility.
Miss Wood said her children Shayley, 12, and Dion, 10, were "made up" their favourite pet had returned to the family home in Llanllyfni, North Wales.
Corn snakes are harmless towards humans as they do not carry functional venom.