Wildlife rescuer climbs up ladder to remove 10ft python dangling from roof

A wildlife rescuer climbed up a ladder to remove a large python dangling on rafters.Footage shows the volunteers fixing the steps under the roof before one of them ascended to extract the 10ft-long reptile and put it in a sack in Nakhon Pathom province, Thailand on March 19.The reticulated python is found throughout Southeast Asia, where they live in forests, swamps, canals and even in cities, causing them to come into conflict with humans. The species is one of the world's largest snakes and can eat humans, cats, dogs, birds, rats and other snakes.