Berhampur, Jan 18: Two pythons of 11-foot-long python and a seven-foot-long were rescued by the snake helpline members in Palligumula village on the outskirts of Berhampur town on Sunday night.
According to reports, the beautification of the new dam is underway for which drains were being dug to extract water by JCB machines. When the canal was opened, two large snakes came out of pipes.
While the 7-foot-long snake was managed to nab by the JCB driver while 11-foot-long python entered the vehicle’s engine.
After being informed, the Snake Helpline members reached the spot and first rescued the seven-foot-long snake. After three long hours of work, the 11-foot python was rescued.