Two Indian Rock Pythons are rescued by Wildlife SOS in Gujarat.

Conservation group Wildlife SOS completed back-to-back rescues of two Indian Rock pythons . 10-foot-long Indian Rock python was spotted slithering in an open agricultural field in Bareja village .

PUNE: Wildlife SOS, a conservation group, recently completed back-to-back rescues of two Indian Rock pythons from the Waghodia and Kayavarohan areas near Vadodara.A huge 10-foot-long Indian Rock python was spotted slithering in an open agricultural field in Bareja village, near the Kayavarohan district of Vadodara, earlier this week.The sarpanch (village head) immediately alerted the Wildlife SOS-GSPCA team on its 24x7 emergency rescue line, which operates a round-the-clock operation to help wildlife in need after spotting the snake.Late in the night, the Wildlife SOS Rapid Response Team drove 30 kilometers from Vadodara to the location of the incident, providing the necessary equipment and protective clothing.

In another incident, the Wildlife SOS-GSPCA team was alerted to the presence of another big python, measuring nearly 7 feet in length, near Bareja village in Waghodia.The snake was discovered by staff at a GEB substation inside the compound and alerted Wildlife SOS.The NGOs' rescue team quickly reached the spot and successfully extricated the python without placing any further stress on it.

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