The carcasses of huge snakes have been discovered by residents in Iɴᴅᴏɴᴇsɪᴀ while combating raging forest fires. Parts of Iɴᴅᴏɴᴇsɪᴀ have been devastated by forest fires since July. In addition to the general suffering brought on by the fire’s dense smoky atmosphere, woodland creatures also suffered greatly.
Those battling the blaze were horrified to see the bodies of creatures unable to flee the flames, including big snakes that were reportedly burned alive.
The snakes, which were actually members of the python family but which many people mistook for anacondas, were entirely burned. Since their mouths were open, some of them appeared to have ᴅɪᴇᴅ horrifically.
Some of these unusual snakes were larger than others, and they were rumored to be able to eat whole goats and other animals. Their maximum length was 10 meters, and their width was 20 centimeters (7.8 inches).
A conservation organization called CAN Borneo allegedly shared a video of villagers removing ᴅᴇᴀᴅ snakes from the burned forest near Baamang Tengah in Central Kalimantan, Iɴᴅᴏɴᴇsɪᴀ.
Deforestation led to the enormous fire, which has burned through 800,000 acres of land. According to reports, farmers ᴅᴇsᴛʀᴏʏed land to create place for fresh crops. The unusually hot and dry summer of this year, however, made the fires more devastating.