One Of The World's Largest Giant Pythons Dies Just Days After Capture

A massive python, which is among the longest ever found, has died after being captured in Malaysia. The reptile died Sunday, just three days after it was found at a construction site on the island of Penang, the BBC reported. Shortly after its capture, photos and videos emerged, showing it being stretched out and held up by groups of people. Originally, the snake was believed to be the longest ever found, but later measurements found it to be 24 feet, 7 inches, or about 7 inches short of the record holder, The Guardian reported. A public relations officer for Malaysia’s civil

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