A woman was found dead in the stomach of a 7-meter-long python at the rubber plantation where she worked in Indonesia, according to local reports.
A woman named Jahrah, 54, went to work on a plantation in Jambi, Sumatra, on Sunday morning. Her husband reported her missing when she did not return home that night.
According to local media, her husband searched her on Sunday night and found the sandals, headscarf, jacket and equipment she uses in her work and asked others for help. It is said that the next morning, I saw a python nearby.
“When the security team and residents searched the rubber plantation, they found a 7-meter long python which is believed to have preyed on its victim. A body was found,” local police chief AKP S Harefa told the Detik news site.
Pythons that kill by contracting usually eat small animals and swallow their food whole. Human ingestion is rare.
In 2018, a woman was found swallowed by a giant python on Muna Island off the coast of Sulawesi. He got lost in his garden at the foot of a rocky cliff where snakes are known to live in caves.
A year ago, a farmer died after being swallowed by a giant python in Salubiro village, Sulawesi.
A large number of people were bitten by snakes. According to the World Health Organization, there are about 5.4 million snakebites every year, of which 1.8 million to 2.7 million cause poisoning. Most at risk are children and farmers in poor rural areas.
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