13ft long Burmese python rescued near Siliguri forest

Siliguri: The officials of Dabgram forest range have rescued a 13ft long Burmese python on Tuesday near Fulbari area in West Bengal’s Siliguri.

“The snake took shelter in a water pipe beside a road near Fulbari area in Siliguri. The team reached the spot after receiving information from the local residents,” a forest official Arith Dey informed.

“The snake was rescued but it created panic among the locals,” Dey said.

A local resident said that they tried to rescue the snake but failed.

“We later informed the forest department and they recued it,” he said.

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