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Python rescued in Raha

A local farmer in Raha rescued a python weighing 10 kg and measuring 8 feet on Friday much to the delight of the animal activists in the entire area. Local residents told Assam Times that the farmer caught the python at Dighaldori village after he spotted it near a water body in the morning hours. Then he tried to save it reptile and trapped it with the help of a fishing tool made of bamboo. Then he informed it to the local police station and forest officials who took the reptile in their custody. Various organizations and nature lovers have appreciated the farmer for saving the python.

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