Critically injured python is rescued and stitched back up in central India

A critically injured python was rescued and stitched back up by veterinarians in Madhya Pradesh, central India. The 7-foot-long snake's belly was cut open after coming into contact with a plough. The vets managed to clean the wound and stitch it back up in just an hour-long operation. The python will be released once it has been deemed medically fit. This footage was filmed on June 29.

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