Huge Python Attacks Its Owner Before Nearly Escaping
Having a pet snake is a significant aspect of life for a small group of people. Sadly, a small percentage of these reptile enthusiasts end up being victims of their pet snakes. In this case, a huge python attacks its owner before nearly escaping.
Dr. Felix ChaosphereOct 14, 202246 Shares1452 Views
In the video in which a huge python attacks its owner before nearly escaping (unfortunately, the video is not available anymore), a woman can be seen playing around with her pet python.
She manages to pull it out of the glass tank where it is kept, which is obviously not something it enjoys very much.
In the video, it's clear that the woman and her friend are getting scared as the creature quickly wraps itself around her arm after biting her hand and realizing it's free.
Fortunately, the person filming keeps recording everything. Up until the point that it is probably not worthwhile to continue because the woman could actually die.
How the hell is she going to get out of that one, holy crap? It's possible that this was the end for her because there hasn't even been a follow-up, but you kind of think the guy wouldn't have uploaded it if that were the case.
There is another case in which a python swallows a whole human.
A farmer who disappeared while harvesting his crops in Indonesia has been found inside the stomach of a gigantic python, which was caught nearby.
Akbar, 25, who had been seen slithering awkwardly in Salubiro village on the eastern island of Sulawesi, was found dead inside the seven-metre (23-foot) snake.
According to Junaidi, a senior village official:
We were immediately suspicious that the snake had swallowed Akbar because around the site we found palm fruit, his harvesting tool and a boot.- Junaidi (Senior Village Official)
Python swallows Indonesian man whole
When Akbar didn't come to the family plantation on Sunday, his worried relatives went looking for him.
Junaidi said that the snake ate the farmer in its entirety and that it was the only death of this kind ever reported in the area.
This type of python, which frequently grows to be longer than 20 feet, is widespread in Indonesia and the Philippines. Even though the serpents have been known to bite small animals, they rarely try to consume humans.
Yes, it can. There was a case that an Indonesian woman was killed and swallowed whole by a 7 m (23 ft) long python. This was the second known death of a python in Indonesia in less than a year, even though this doesn't happen very often.
Burmese pythons are enormous, reaching lengths of up to 5 meters (16 ft). But their huge gape, or how wide open their mouth can be, which is needed to eat things like deer or alligators, can't be explained by their size alone.
A huge python attacks its owner before nearly escaping as her friend shot the entire incident. Perhaps you should think twice before deciding to become the proud owner of dangerous pet snakes. Since snakes are wild animals, anyone in their path, not just their owners, may be at risk if they escape.