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Missing Indonesian woman Went missing, was found in the stomach of a python after 3 days

Leader Online Desk: A woman in central Indonesia has been found dead in the stomach of a python (Missing Indonesian woman). A local official told news agency AFP on Saturday (June 8) that the woman was found alive in the stomach of a python three days after she went missing. 'India Today'is given by

45-year-old Farida from Indonesia is a resident of Kalempang village in South Sulawesi province. She went missing (Missing Indonesian woman) on Thursday night. After that, a search operation was launched, village chief Suardi Rossi told AFP.

During the search operation, the husband of the concerned woman found suspicious belongings of his wife at a place. After that, the villagers searched the area. This time they saw a python with a big bloated belly,” Suardi said. “They agreed to tear open the stomach of the python. After that the head of the woman Farida was seen,” he added. Then she was found fully clothed missing woman in the stomach of the python (Missing Indonesian woman). The length of this python has been measured to be about 5 meters (16 feet).

Such incidents are rare. Yet in recent years there have been several fatal cases of pythons swallowing people whole in Indonesia. Last year, residents of Tinanggia district in Southeast Sulawesi found an eight-meter python, which they killed because it was strangling and eating a village farmer. In 2018, a 54-year-old woman was found dead in the stomach of a seven-meter python in the town of Muna, located in southeast Sulawesi. Meanwhile, just last year a farmer in West Sulawesi disappeared, then was found eaten alive by a four-meter python in a palm oil plantation.

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