The 21-year-old veterinary nurse is an owner to 16 snakes who slither around her home.

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Scary, right? Merely out of love for the reptiles, Zee proudly owns Boas and Pythons. Her love for the cold-blooded species goes back to 7 years when Zee was 14 years of age. Zee along with her brother split up the cost to buy a snake she saw at the pet shop. And there’s where it all began.

*** EXCLUSIVE - VIDEO AVAILABLE *** LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - UNDATED: Zee with her two largest snakes in the hallway of her flat in London, England. An animal lover has turned her small London flat into a secluded paradise for her collection of snakes, including a 16 foot Burmese python. Zee, 21, who is training to be a veterinary nurse, first saw a snake at six-years-old and has been obsessed with them ever since. At 14-years-old, she split the price of her first snake with her brother before bringing it home to her mum, who quickly had to get used to the idea of living in a mini reptile house. Now the animal lover has collected 16 snakes, including her majestic Burmese python, who likes to slither around the hallways to relax, a boa constrictor, royal python and a blood python. PHOTOGRAPH BY Barcroft Images

She says the majestic 16-foot Burmese python, a boa constrictor, royal python, and a blood python are her favourites amongst all.

“I have been bitten almost every week,” she said. “It depends on the bite and the severity of it. With a feeding bite, for example, alcohol is the best way of getting a snake off you if they’re not letting go, or putting their heads underwater. If it’s a small snake, just wait. They’re going to let go of it at some point. When it’s a touch and release, I like to call them love taps, I just clean off the wound and get on with whatever I’m doing.”

Snakes are not out to kill you; they aren’t out to get you. They do tend to be extremely nervous animals, she added.

*** EXCLUSIVE - VIDEO AVAILABLE *** LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - MAY 21: Zee and her mum Zoe with Zee's two biggest snakes, a burmese python and a boa constrictor on May 21, 2018 in London, England. An animal lover has turned her small London flat into a secluded paradise for her collection of snakes, including a 16 foot Burmese python. Zee, 21, who is training to be a veterinary nurse, first saw a snake at six-years-old and has been obsessed with them ever since. At 14-years-old, she split the price of her first snake with her brother before bringing it home to her mum, who quickly had to get used to the idea of living in a mini reptile house. Now the animal lover has collected 16 snakes, including her majestic Burmese python, who likes to slither around the hallways to relax, a boa constrictor, royal python and a blood python. PHOTOGRAPH BY Bahareh Hosseini / Barcroft Images

“My favourite animal would be my big girl, Scarlet, my Burmese python. She’s my absolute pride and joy. I actually struggle to pick her up by myself so it’s usually a two-man job to deal with her.” Zee is often accompanied by her mum who wasn’t a fan of snakes earlier but is used to her daughter’s pets now.

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