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A man in Kamatka, India saved his dog from the grips of an Indian rock python by whacking the snake with a leafy branch. The branch doesn’t appear to

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A man in Kamatka, India saved his dog from the grips of an Indian rock python by whacking the snake with a leafy branch. The branch doesn’t appear to harm the snake but rather startled the snake enough to cause it to uncoil from the dog, which was apparently unharmed during the incident. The dog lived to bark another day while the python, which looks like an Indian rock python slithered back into the jungle, searching for something else to eat.

 

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Indian rock pythons (Python molurus) are also called  Indian pythons, black-tailed pythons, and Asian rock pythons. They grow to about 10 feet in length. The largest scpeitifically recorded Indian rock python was 15 feet in length and weighed 115 pounds.