Python, 12-Feet-Long, Rescued From Rayagada District's Gayatri Nagar Area in Odisha, Watch Video
12-Feet-Python rescued in Odisha (Photo Credits: ANI)

Rayagada, August 19: A 12-foot-long python was rescued from Odisha’s Rayagada district on Monday. The reptile was rescued from Gayatri Nagar area of the district. According to reports, the python entered the house of a resident of Lane no-5 in Gayatri Nagar. Python Covered With More Than 500 Ticks Rescued From Swimming Pool in Australia, View Pictures.

The reptile was rescued by Pradeep Kumar Senapati, who works as an auto-rickshaw driver, reported Odisha TV. The python was later handed over to Odisha forest department which released it in the forest. After the python was rescued, locals were seen clicking pictures holding the reptile. Pet Python Escapes Home and Crawls on Roof in Detroit, Scary Snake Rescue Video Goes Viral.

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Earlier this month, an 11-feet-long python was rescued from state’s Bhubaneswar district. 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.