A stomach-turning video captures forest officials in India removing a goat from the jaws of a 15-foot python.
Dozens of villagers gathered on Wednesday in the village of Jaitpur, in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, as they witnessed the snake devouring its enormous snack.
The snake had ventured into the village from the nearby forest before attacking its prey. “Snack time: Dozens of villagers gathered in the village of Jaitpur, in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, on Wednesday as they witnessed the snake devouring its enormous meal.
Akhil Baba, the snake rescue expert (pictured in the pink shirt), said, ‘It was a 15-foot-long python.’
Extracting the reptile from the burrow among the bushes was a tough job, but we managed it successfully.’
A team of forest officials and a snake rescue expert attempted to save the goat, but it was already dead when they freed it from the python’s clutches.”