Python, 11-Feet-Long, Rescued From Bhubaneswar's Patharagadia Area in Odisha, Watch Video
11-Feet-long python rescued from Bhubaneswar (Photo Credits: Screen Grab/ANI)

Bhubaneswar, August 6: An 11-feet-long python was rescued from Odisha’s Bhubaneswar district on Tuesday. The reptile was rescued by volunteers of People for Animals (PFA) in Patharagadia area. The huge python was later handed over to the forest department. The entire video of rescuing was recorded on camera and was widely circulated on social media. Python Covered With More Than 500 Ticks Rescued From Swimming Pool in Australia, View Pictures.

In the video released by ANI, it can be seen that the two volunteers of PFA after a lot of efforts managed to put the reptile into a sack. Local were also seen present at the spot. Later, the reptile was reportedly released in the forest area. Pet Python Escapes Home and Crawls on Roof in Detroit, Scary Snake Rescue Video Goes Viral.

Video of PFA Volunteers Rescuing Python:

Last month, a huge python was rescued by officials of Maharashtra forest department from Thane. In the video which surfaced online, it could be seen that around nine-foot-long reptile was stuck in a sewer nullah wall. Only the middle portion of its body could be seen, while his head and tail was trapped in the gaps.