Wildlife Officials Rescue 14-Foot-Long Python in Western India.

Wildlife rescuers in India's western Vadodara city rescued a 14-foot-long python from an agricultural field, Thursday, September 30.

The python was spotted by villagers in a field, and rescuers were called in to save the snake.

The reptile was later released in the forest.

The python is a constricting snake that is widely found in India and is a non-venomous snake.

(Reuters)

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