A 54-year-old Indonesian grandmother who went missing last Friday while harvesting rubber on a plantation near her home in Jambi was finally found in the stomach of a 22-foot python after a two-day search.
According to ViralPress, the woman’s family members, identified as Jahrah, called emergency services on Friday night and began searching nearby wooded areas.
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On Sunday morning, a search team found the reticulated python with a large bulge in its stomach.
“The residents killed the snake and dissected the contents of the stomach. Everyone was amazed. It turned out that the woman we were looking for was in the snake’s stomach,” Anto, the head of the local village where the village lived, told ViralPress. woman.
Images and videos showed members of the search team cutting the huge reptile’s stomach to try to recover the woman’s remains.
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Nobody saw the woman being eaten. It had been nearly 48 hours since she disappeared.
Reticulated pythons are the largest snakes in the world, with some growing up to 28 feet and weighing up to 320 pounds, according to a report from the International Union for Conservation of Nature.