If you are a fan of action-horror movies, you may not have missed Hollywood’s 'Anacondas' movie series. Several other movies showed large and scary snakes . As shown in the movies, only sheer luck can help anyone escape from such gigantic reptiles.
How would you react if you find such a giant snake in front of you?
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Here we bring a video that shows one of the longest and heaviest snakes on the planet.
The video shared on Twitter by Indian Forest Services (IFS) official Susanta Nanda shows a python from its tail to head.
IFS Nanda captioned the video: The longest & one of the heaviest snakes of planet. A Reticulated Python climbs the wall to reach out for its prey in Myanmar.
Further, the caption read: Reticulated Python are constrictors and kill prey by squeezing them to death. The python's squeezing force is about 14 PSI enough to kill human beings.
The longest & one of the heaviest snakes of planet. A Reticulated Python climbs the wall to reach out for its prey in Myanmar.— Susanta Nanda (@susantananda3) March 29, 2023
Reticulated Python are constrictors and kill prey by squeezing them to death. The python's squeezing force is about 14 PSI enough to kill human beings. pic.twitter.com/ruRFVNIFiP
Reticulated python species are native to south and southeast Asia. This python species is the world’s longest snake and also among the heaviest. Though these are non-venomous constrictors, they pose a threat to living organisms as they can squeeze them to death.
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These are excellent swimmers and are generally found far out at sea. These species colonize on small islands within their range. Reticulated Pythons are hunted for their skin. Moreover, these are used for formulating certain traditional medicines. Even these are sold as pets.
The video shared by IFS Nanda has been viewed over 44K times and netizens expressing their fear have termed it as scary.