Pythons born through artificial incubation

Pythons born through artificial incubation
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The Officials of Wildlife wing of Forest department has succeeded in artificial incubation of 15 eggs of a python and achieved 100 percent result

Rajamahendravaram: The Officials of Wildlife wing of Forest department has succeeded in artificial incubation of 15 eggs of a python and achieved 100 percent result.

The baby pythons started emerging from July 14th from the eggs. The Wilidlife officials caught a python along with its 15 eggs in the forest area of Dowleswaram on June 16 and later released the python in the forest area and incubated the eggs in a bio-tube in the laboratory.

The officials led by divisional forest officer (Wildlife) Anantha Shankar and the government veterinary doctor Phanindra monitored the task regularly.

Now, the Officials are making arrangements to leave the baby pythons in the forest area.

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