Care for animal and protection for environment (CAPE) rescued a baby python today. Dr Sandeep Jain,member of the Punjab State Board for Wildlife and chief coordinator,CAPE India,received a call from one Iqbal Singh Lucky Chawla,a resident of Mohar Singh Nagar,informing him that they had rescued an injured baby anaconda. The matter was then reported to R K Luna,chief wildlife warden. The photos were sent to the Emergency Rescue Network (ERN) of Wildlife Trust of India,which confirmed that it as a python but. The baby python was then taken to tiger safari,where it will be kept for two to three days. It will then be released near Sutlej.
Written by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published:February 19, 2009 2:19 am