Snakes in Sanya on Hainan Island, China - a three-meter python was caught on the sidewalk


In recent years, due to the massive urban development in various areas of Sanya on Hainan, China has increasingly begun to detect snakes.


Recently, a three-meter python was discovered by one of the locals right on the city sidewalk, this resident who called the police and local officers Forest Department Sanya. The python was carefully transported and then released outside the city of Sanya in the forest (see photo above).


Pythons are often found in the wild areas of Sanya, mainly due to environmental changes due to urbanization. Livestock experts point out that pythons are national first-class protected animals and a widespread organism in Southeast Asia, but due to the large number of buildings Buildings of the environment in recent years, pythons are classified as an endangered species. If ordinary tourists find pythons in the wild, do not hurt them and report them to the appropriate police departments.


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