Originally Posted by Spurticus
The bad news is that unless the Charleston area has an extremely rough
winter (snow/Ice and stretches of days of sub 30 degree temps), this
animal could survive the winters down there that are usually mild. The
climate in the spring and summer are similar to it's natural habitat, so it's
possible it could survive.
The worse possible scenario is that someone releases a snake of the
opposite sex in the same general area as this one is hiding in now.
Then you have a recipe for disaster !
Holy crap! I was hoping the average SC low country winter would kill this sucker since it's from Africa.