Python rescued in Majorda

first_imgA 6.5-foot-long python that washed ashore was rescued by lifeguards at Majorda in South Goa on Thursday evening. The Drishti team of lifeguards at the beach rescued the snake and handed it over to the local forest guard. In March 2017, a six-foot-long python was rescued at Arambol in north Goa by Drishti lifeguards. In the past five months several injured turtles and dolphins that washed ashore were rescued by Drishti lifeguards and handed over to the authorities concerned.last_img