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And this is how a Python looks like after swallowing a Deer!

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Jorthang, Sikkim : Burmese Python Swallowing a Deer along the Jorthang-Melli highway late night of 27 Sep., 2014

The place where its been sighted comes under Wildlife protected area and is home of vivid wildlife and more interesting is that this place / belt of Kitam-Melli-Majhitar-Sumbuk’ is the lone place in Sikkim where Peacocks are found.


Pic Courtesy : Tenzing D. Denzongpa

Source: The Voice of Sikkim facebook page

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