8-Feet Long Python Rescued And Released In West Bengal’s Suri, Birbhum
Watch the 8-feet long python that was rescued by the forest department in Suri, West Bengal.
On December 6, Sunday, an 8-feet long python was rescued in a rural area in West Bengal. The python was rescued by the forest department in Suri, Birbhum. The 8-foot long python was found in Suri itself. Read ahead for more details.
Watch the viral video of an 8-foot long python was rescued in West Bengal
Suri is a small city in the state of West Bengal. It is the base of the Birbhum district. The 8-foot long python was found in Suri on December 6, Sunday afternoon. The forest department rescued the creature and departed it to the attached Forest Range in Suri, Birbhum district. It took three officers from the forest department to hold the 8-foot long python. The rescuers were seen holding the python in their hands.
One of the officers also tried to wrap the python around his neck. The python was brownish coloured with black skin design on it. It seemed unconscious when the rescuers bought it to the attached Forest Range in Suri. After it was rescued, the 8-feet long python was released into the nearby forest by the rescuers of Attached Forest Range.
Earlier, another video of wild animals went viral on the internet. A green frog was spotted hunting a poisonous snake and swallowing it. We have often heard about snakes killing small creatures like frogs, but this time the tables were turned. In this viral video, the snake tries to save himself from the frog but fails terribly. The snake moves towards the frog and in seconds of glance, the frog grasps him inside his mouth. The snake tries to get the frog to open his mouth by hitting the frog on his head. The viral video was shared by one of the officers from the Indian Forest Service. Officer Sushant Nanda has shared this video on social media. Check out the viral video below.
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