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Stomach moment a python regurgitates a LIVE 4ft monitor lizard and the reptile shoots away

Stomach moment a python regurgitates a LIVE 4ft monitor lizard and the reptile shoots away

  • The reptile was swallowed by the snake in a house in Bangkok, Thailand
  • An older woman found the python stretched out along her kitchen floor
  • When rescue workers arrived, the python had almost devoured the lizard
  • The snake then began to deform and widen its jaws
  • The mucus-covered unconscious monitor lizard slid outside and came back to life

A monitor lizard survived by being swallowed by a python and then spit out again.

The 4 meter long reptile was swallowed by a snake in a house in Bangkok, Thailand in the early morning of Thursday morning.

An older woman who lived at home heard a struggle and then went downstairs and found the python stretched out along her kitchen floor – with a noticeably bulging stomach.

Rescue workers arrived around 5 o'clock in the morning when the python had almost completely devoured the lizard, with only a small part of its tail from the jaws of the snake.

Volunteer Somjed Kasulong, 35, said the python tried to escape when they arrived, but they prevented him from leaving.

Surprised, Somjet said: & # 39; In all my ten years of catching snakes, I have never seen anything like it.

& # 39; I've never heard of anything that survives after a python has eaten them because the snake will choke them first. It is a miracle. The monitor lizard must be very, very strong.

Incredibly, the whitewater monitor lizard slowly comes back to life and then rushes through the room. Both snake and lizard were caught and put in bags before they were driven away and released

Incredibly, the whitewater monitor lizard slowly comes back to life and then rushes through the room. Both snake and lizard were caught and put in bags before they were driven away and released

& # 39; The lizard may have played dead to save his energy and make the snake swallow. But it would never have escaped if the snake had not been disturbed. It was the happy day of the lizard, & he added.

The snake began to deform and widen its jaws.

Footage shows how the python slides away while the dark black slime-covered monitor lizard slides out.

The 4ft long reptile was eaten by the snake in a house in Bangkok, Thailand, in the early hours of Thursday morning. An elderly woman living at home heard the struggle and then went downstairs and found the python stretched out along her kitchen floor - with a noticeably larger stomach

The 4ft long reptile was eaten by the snake in a house in Bangkok, Thailand, in the early hours of Thursday morning. An elderly woman living at home heard the struggle and then went downstairs and found the python stretched out along her kitchen floor - with a noticeably larger stomach

The 4ft long reptile was eaten by the snake in a house in Bangkok, Thailand, in the early hours of Thursday morning. An elderly woman living at home heard the struggle and then went downstairs and found the python stretched out along her kitchen floor – with a noticeably larger stomach

After eating the lizard, the snake began to twist and widen its jaws and the creature slips out. The dark black slime-covered unconscious lizard has been partially reorganized above

After eating the lizard, the snake began to twist and widen its jaws and the creature slips out. The dark black slime-covered unconscious lizard has been partially reorganized above

After eating the lizard, the snake began to twist and widen its jaws and the creature slips out. The dark black slime-covered unconscious lizard has been partially reorganized above

According to witnesses, the entire body of the lizard appeared within a minute.

Incredibly, the whitewater monitor lizard slowly comes back to life and then rushes through the room.

Incredibly, the whitewater monitor lizard slowly comes back to life and then rushes through the room. Both snake and lizard were caught and put in bags before they were driven away and released

Incredibly, the whitewater monitor lizard slowly comes back to life and then rushes through the room. Both snake and lizard were caught and put in bags before they were driven away and released

Incredibly, the whitewater monitor lizard slowly comes back to life and then rushes through the room. Both snake and lizard were caught and put in bags before they were driven away and released

Somjet, who visited the site with another rescue worker, said the monitor lizard was running in one direction and the snake was slipping away in another direction.

One volunteer went after the lizard and chased the snake. Both beings were caught and put in bags before being chased away and released.

Somjet added: & # 39; We checked the monitor lizard and there were no injuries. The hose was good too. & # 39;

The woman who discovered the creatures said she & # 39; suspicious & # 39; was about what was in the stomach of the python because she has no pets. Both beings were trapped and put in bags before being chased away and released unharmed

The woman who discovered the creatures said she & # 39; suspicious & # 39; was about what was in the stomach of the python because she has no pets. Both beings were trapped and put in bags before being chased away and released unharmed

The woman who discovered the creatures said she & # 39; suspicious & # 39; was about what was in the stomach of the python because she has no pets. Both beings were trapped and put in bags before being chased away and released unharmed

The woman who lives alone in the house in the Nong Chok district of the Thai capital said she found the creatures in her kitchen for the first time just before 5 am.

She told the rescue team that she saw the big hump in the stomach of the python and & # 39; distrustful & # 39; was about what it was because she has no pets.

Somjet added: & # 39; The resident was worried about what the snake had eaten. She is quite old and it was a very unpleasant scene for her to wake up when she went down for breakfast. & # 39;

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