It’s a thirteen-foot python. So you know it isn’t just living off rats and mice.
If you’ve got a sensitive stomach, don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Villagers in India did NOT let the snake get away with this meal.
The snake preyed on a dog on the edge of the village.
The snake took their dog.
And — alive or dead — they made the decision that they’re going to take it back. And not for the reasons you’d probably think.
They were actually ‘worried’ about the well-being of the snake
Volunteers from Wild Animal and Nature Rescue Society acted quickly to save the python amid fears it was in danger of choking on its large dinner.
Sohan Singh Sidodiya, President of the NGO, said: ‘The reptile had been struggling to move. Normally, the pythons can stretch their mouth and swallow big animals like goats and dogs but they cannot digest these animals and choke to death.
Can you imagine a community in America coming together to ‘take care of business’ like these guys did?
Or would we just shrug and defer that to ‘the authorities’?
Maybe this clip could serve as a little bit of a wake-up call to some of the people we all know that ‘don’t do well’ with a spider, or at the sight of blood.
These guys ‘toughened up’ because there were no ‘authorities’ to call.
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