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Love Island’s snake horror as contestants warn about mating reptiles

The Love Island 2022 mansion has been colonized by two new snake breeds ahead of a brand new summer series

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There had been a lot of snakes in the Love Island villa before, but this year’s People’s Island has been warned of an explosion in snake nesting numbers during the summer months they’ll be filming.

The Spanish island of Mallorca, where the ITV2 reality series was filmed, has been invaded by two new species of snakes.

It is already home to native horseshoe snakes, which are now nesting and are expected to become particularly “active” during the hot summer months.

The island is also home to two venomous varieties – the slick and the Montpellier.

Vanessa Rubio, a local biologist, confirmed to the media that “Being bitten by a horseshoe snake is like being bitten by a cat.







People on the island this year have been warned about an explosion in the number of snakes nesting
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“They will defend themselves if cornered and try to bite, but they are not poisonous.

“This is their gestation period so they are looking for an ideal nesting place.

“In May, June and July, snakes are more active so people are more likely to see them, especially if it’s hot,” she added to the local press.

“The snakes are waking up.”







Villa with two new snake-shaped islanders
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Anyone who spots a snake is advised to put it in a bucket or cloth bag to let the reptile breathe and then call
emergency services.

Although the Islanders – who spend most of their time relaxing in the garden wearing very little – should probably just call the manufacturers and ask them to deal with any intruders.

Love Island’s new series will premiere on ITV2.

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