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   Undertoad  Saturday Sep 16 12:39 PM

September 16, 2006: Python is full



This one has made the rounds this week. This python was noticed in the middle of the road in the Malaysian village of Kampung Jabor. The snake was six metres long and weighed 90kg, but it was so full that it was easy for the local firemen to catch.

Why was it so full? Because it had eaten a pregnant ewe.

eew.



xoxoxoBruce  Saturday Sep 16 12:58 PM

With the rope around it's neck, it can't throw the sheep back up(out?) to make itself mobile again. Left undisturbed, the snake would have just lay there digesting until the Superbowl.



SteveDallas  Saturday Sep 16 01:53 PM

Shows what geek I am... I thought this was going to be some kind of screed against the scripting language.



Carbohydrate  Saturday Sep 16 03:40 PM

..Probably get run over before it gets any digesting done.



Elspode  Saturday Sep 16 04:57 PM

Are those the sheep's feet sticking out of its mouth?



Carbohydrate  Saturday Sep 16 06:45 PM

I think those are actually the two halves of the lower jaw, connected by ligaments in the skull structure.



xoxoxoBruce  Saturday Sep 16 09:28 PM

Really, I thought they were the rear feet of the sheep. Hmmm, I see what you mean.
Well, if the sheep in down the hatch why would the mouth still be disjointed?
Ah, maybe because of the hangman's noose around the neck.



Carbohydrate  Saturday Sep 16 11:28 PM

Or perhaps it broke it's jaw in the process of getting it's mouth around the ewe



The 42  Sunday Sep 17 11:37 AM

Oh that is fucking gross!

You do know that the "hangman's noose" is how the monster was captured? If it had been left on the road it would obstruct traffic. It wouldn't just be run over- the thing is huge! Six meteres long and as tall as the thing it just swallowed, it would take one of those jeeps they use to climb mountains (or whatever it is they use those jeeps for) just to get over it.



ladyangevil  Monday Sep 18 08:22 AM

bleugh....saw this picture in the local newspaper(this happened in a neighbouring country)...even though it was only in black & white,I felt like puking and I was sure I was gonna have nightmares that night...but I didn't..fuh

what an appetite...and once again,mine is ruined
bleugh



mlandman  Monday Sep 18 10:50 AM

methinks....

it's a moot point re: "whether or not it will get run over".

Without any link to an article, etc, it's hard to know for certain, but I would guess that it's already been killed, etc...

Otherwise, how would they know that ewe was *pregnant*? (considering they said someone stumbled across the snake in this state....)



Spexxvet  Monday Sep 18 11:31 AM

I love surf and turf. What would a slice of this be? Slither and bleat?



The 42  Monday Sep 18 02:25 PM

Quote:
Without any link to an article, etc, it's hard to know for certain, but I would guess that it's already been killed, etc...
There is a link to the article: This one and quite a few others show up when you google the words "Python swallows pregnant ewe"


Iggy  Tuesday Sep 19 02:02 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Spexxvet
I love surf and turf. What would a slice of this be? Slither and bleat?




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