A 35 kilogram 14 feet long python was rescued by rescuers from a tea garden in Nagaon District of Assam on Tuesday.
The giant python was rescued by rescuers in one of the tea gardens in Nagaon District, which is 100 kilometers away from Dispur.
During an interview with ANI, a rescuer said, “With the help of a team of forest officials, we have rescued a python today. The python was safely brought out of the tea garden and was later released in a nearby forest .”
Earlier this week, a 7-foot python was rescued by a non-profit animal rescue group in Agra, Uttar Pradesh.
A local saw the python crawling up the front wheel of a truck.
The snake got tangled in the chassis of the panel frames of the truck, the police were alerted and a rescue group was deployed.
The Wildlife SOS, a non-profit animal rescue group in Agra, rescued the python and released it in a forest.