West Bengal: 10ft-long Burmese python rescued by forest officials

Siliguri: A 10ft-long Burmese python was rescued by Dabgram forest range officials under the Baikunthapur forest division in West Bengal’s Siliguri on Sunday.

The incident took place in a residential area near Farabari Nepali basti, Fulbari in Siliguri.

The local residents contacted the officers of the nearby Dabgram forest range to rescue the snake safely.

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“The local residents of Farabari Nepali basti found the snake while it was crossing a road. The team reached after receiving information at the place and rescued the snake,” said Arith Dey, a forest official, Dabgram forest range.

A team of forest expects reached the spot and recused the snake and released it in the wild.

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