A five-foot-long Indian rock python was rescued from the bus stop near Saket metro station in New Delhi, non-profit Wildlife SOS said on Tuesday. The incident came into notice when a passerby first noticed the large reptile sidle underneath the foot-over bridge near the bus stop. It was then reported to Wildlife SOS, a member of the NGO said. A Wildlife SOS team extricated the python from the narrow space and released it into the wild.
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