10-feet long python captured after it enters house in northern India
A massive 10-foot-long python was rescued and subsequently released after it entered a house in northern India’s Uttar Pradesh.
This incident happened in Katarniaghat forest area in Bahraich district of the state on September 23.
Visuals showed efforts being made to capture the big snake. One of them pinned the reptile to a spot on a wall while two others were seen trying to put it into a sack. After a while, they were able to successfully capture the snake and close the opening of the sack. Later on, the snake was shown being released. The person flipped the sack over on an empty road and a snake came out. It then slid to one end of the road before falling straight into a water body beneath.
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