ITANAGAR: A giant python measuring 7 feet was rescued from Lumri village under Lower Subansiri district in Arunachal Pradesh on Sunday.
The python was seen curling at a culvert at the Lumri ring road by a few villagers, who then informed Lumri Natural Resource Committee (LNRC) which appraised the matter to Yachuli Range Forest Officer Likha Obi.
Obi rushed to the spot with his team and requested the Itanagar Zoo authority for rescue and relocation of the python to which Itanagar Zoo curator Raya Flago responded by dispatching a rescue team to the site.
The serpent was then rescued and brought down to Itanagar Zoological Park safely for its shelter. The villagers informed that the snake had caused no harm to them or to their animals and fowls.
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