Odisha: 7-Feet-Long Python Rescued in Kalahandi’s Golamunda (See Pics) | LatestLY

Kalahandi, July 4: A 7-feet long python was rescued from a fishing net near Ganga Sagar pond, Golamunda in Kalahandi district by the forest department on Saturday. The reptile was later released into the forest.

Rajmal Deep, a fisherman from the village had caught the python in his fishing net on Saturday morning, following which a team from the forest department rushed to the spot to rescue the snake. Python Swallows New-Born Blue Bull in UP’s Fatehpur.

Ramesh Panda, Forester of Golamunda informed that the python was approximately six months old. “The snake was about seven feet long, and weighed about 8 kilograms,” he said. The snake was released into the jungle.

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