The Australia Zoo, at North of Brisbane the zoo said on Monday that a second woman within a week has been bitten by a wild snake at a zoo.
The zoo authority said that the woman was bitten by a green snake in the Australian state of Queensland.
“Today a visitor at Australia Zoo didn’t see a small, non-venomous green tree snake on the pathway and received a bite to the leg after accidentally stepping on it.
“The woman, aged in her 30s, was taken to hospital, according to local media, she was said to be in a stable condition.
“Ps. Snake is fine too,” the zoo said.
Last week, a woman in her 20s was bitten by the same species of snake at the zoo.
It was the first time a guest had been bitten by a snake in its 46 year history.
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