2 Indian rock pythons rescued from Gujarat’s Vadodara

Updated:4 weeks ago IST

Vadodara (Gujarat), Jan 22 (ANI): Forest officials rescued two Indian rock pythons in Vadodara. The non-venomous reptiles were rescued from Ramnath village after they created panic among the villagers on being spotted. Forest officials rushed to the spot on receiving the information about the presence of the reptiles in the village and rescued them successfully. Nitin Patel, member of the Vododara Forest Department, said one of the pythons was eight-foot-long. The reptiles were released into the wilderness by the rescue team after medical examination.

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