Indian Rock Python rescued from house in Chirwa

A 9 feet long Python was rescued today by the team of Wild and Street Animal Rescue Society (WSARS). The python was spotted at a house in Chirwa after which the WSARS team was informed.

 

Indian Rock Python rescued from house in Chirwa

A 9 feet long Python was rescued today by the team of Wild and Street Animal Rescue Society (WSARS). The python was spotted at a house in Chirwa after which the WSARS team was informed.

Founder of WSARS, Padam Singh, informed that his team comprising of Ganesh, Narendra and Mrudul rushed to the spot on being informed about the reptile’s presence. The reptile was caught and finally released in the forest area.

Padam singh informed that the snake was Indian Rock Python. It is normally found in rocky places and places that have river nearby. Chief food intake of these pythons include rabbits, peacock, goats, dogs etc that can be easily swallowed. It is in search of these animals that Indian Rock Pythons come into the habitated areas.

Padam Singh urged the community members to not harm the reptiles and call helpline number 94142-34826, 98295-97722 in all such cases and his team would come for support.

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