Four-meter Python had swallowed a kangaroo on an Australian Golf course
In Australia, the four-metre amethystine Python swallowing a kangaroo in the eyes of the golfers. On Tuesday, December 13, reports BBC News.
The incident occurred in the North of Queensland. The players have discovered a giant reptile, coiled around a large Wallaby, on a flat area of the field.
“Everyone was quite surprised. It’s not a common sight,” — told reporters one of the athletes. According to him, the Python took about five minutes to choke, and then swallow prey. After that the snake disappeared into the parched bed of the stream.
The incident did not bother the golfers, and they continued the game. As explained by the representative Golf club, the locals do not first meet on the field of different livestock and accustomed to this.
Amethystine Python is the largest snake in Australia. As a rule, representatives of this species grow up to 3.5 meters, however, the known instances, the length of which was up to 8.5 meters. Large individuals prefer to hunt the kangaroo and can attack Pets.
On 3 December it was reported that in the U.S. state of Florida caught the dark tiger Python with a length of over four metres, in the belly of which contained the remains of three deer.