A 16-foot-long python was rescued in northern India’s Uttarakhand on September 25.
The rescue operation was carried out in Dehradun’s Nawada district.
Visuals show the massive python being released by the forest department team led by Ravi Joshi.
The snake can be seen coiled up when one of the rescuers holds it by the neck to carry it safely to the release spot.
The reptile was safely released into the wild on September 26.