Penang's longest python dies


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  • Monday, 11 Apr 2016

Members of Malaysia's Civil Defence Force pose with a python, that they estimated to be 7.5m (24.6 ft) long and 250kg (551 pounds) in weight, caught near a construction site in Paya Terubong, Penang. - Reuters.

GEORGE TOWN: The 7.5m long python that slithered into the spotlight recently has died.

The reptile, weighing some 250kg, is said to have died on Sunday.

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