A Woman is Swallowed by a Python at an Indonesian Plantation
Local news says that the body of a woman was found in the stomach of a 7-meter python on a rubber plantation in Indonesia where she worked.
Jarrah, who is 54 years old, went to work on the plantation in Jambi province, Sumatra, on Sunday morning. When she didn’t come home that night, her husband reported her missing.
Local news reports say that while looking for her on Sunday night, her husband found her sandals, hat, jacket, and work supplies and called for help. The next morning, a python was seen close by.
“When the security team and villagers looked around the rubber plantation, they found a python that was 7 meters long.” People think that this snake killed the person.
“After we caught him, we found the body of the victim in the snake’s stomach,” AKP S Harefa, the head of the local police, told the news site Detik.
Pythons kill by squeezing their prey to death. They often eat smaller animals and swallow them whole. It is very rare for a person to be swallowed.
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In 2018, a giant python ate a woman on the island of Muna, which is near the coast of Sulawesi. She was last seen in her yard, which was at the bottom of a rocky cliff with caves where snakes were known to live.
A year ago, a huge python killed and ate a farmer in the town of Salubiro on the island of Sulawesi.
A lot more people get hurt by snake bites. According to the World Health Organization, snake bites happen about 5.4 million times a year, and between 1.8 million and 2.7 million of those bites lead to poisoning.
Children and people who work on farms in poorer rural areas are especially at risk.