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What does a snake in the wall sound like?
Snakes are likely to make a crinkling paper noise or a slow-moving, scratching noise similar to that of sandpaper, per the Wildlife Company, an animal control company.
How do you find a hidden snake in your house?
How do you know if a snake is in the ceiling?
Their scales will scratch against the paper as they crawl across," the Wildlife Company says. "This noise will cross a ceiling very slowly if it is made by a snake. If you hear this, crawlspaces and attics need to be inspected for snakes."
How do I lure a snake out of my wall?
Place a source of warmth in the room. This can be a heating pad, heat lamps, electric blanket or even a regular desk lamp. The snake will sense the warmth coming from the spot and will leave its hiding place to investigate it.