Man saves giant 2.5-metre long python by lying next to it and diverting traffic

A Good Samaritan saved a giant two-and-a-half metre python.

Facebook user, Tracey Heimberger, posted about the incident wherein Matthew Bager, after spotting a 'Pilbara Rick Olive Python', an endangered species, lied down next to it on the road so that it can cross the road safely.

He spotted the giant python when it was crossing the road at Dampier Port Authority in Australia. It took five minutes for the python to move off the road and till then Matthew did not move from the busy road.

Highlighting the importance of Pilbara Rock Olive Pythons, Tracey wrote "In fact pythons created all the water ways in Australia, according to all of our groups ancestral stories about creation".


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