We were called out for a snake rescue a few days ago, thinking it would probably be a grass snake or even an adder but no, it was a corn snake! This yellow and orange snake is not a native British species and is normally kept as a pet. It means that this fellow escaped his vivarium and went out for a wander in the neighborhood! As nobody knew where it came from, and the home owners were frightened, we had to bring it back to the center.
Wildlife Aid doesn't deal any exotic or domestic species, and we have already found him a home.
One point, not explained properly in the video, and we realized we could have said it better: the jaws don't "dislocate" as such, but the lower jaws move independently of one another, so they still open wider than normal and yawn or gape to get them back into the original position.