Forest officials capture python from tree in northern India
Officials of the forest department captured a snake which was in a village tree in northern India’s Uttar Pradesh.
This happened in Shiv Mangal Kheda of Rae Bareli on September 24.
Visuals showed the process of capturing the snake. The officials stood at a distance and plucked the snake which was inside of the tree. The snake was already tied with a rope and one of these officials held out a stick and pinned the reptile’s mouth while it was pulled out from the tree. The snake was held tight near its neck with a stick while other men arranged for a piece of cloth and also bags to put it into. The creature’s head was covered with a piece of cloth so that it could not strike and the men jointly put it into a big sack.
According to a report, the operation to capture the snake was led by Forest Inspector Mahendra Babu. Forest Guard Mohanlal Yadav captured the snake and put it into the sack with the help of other officials.
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