A 25 year-old man only known by the name "Akbar" was found inside the belly of a huge snake in Salubiro, Mateng (West Sulawesi) in Indonesia.
Akbar's body was found intact inside the stomach of the python. The snake specie who swallowed his entire body, from head to toe is commonly known as reticulated python.
Akbar is a worker at a palm plantation where the python believed to be dwelling. On Sunday night at around 9PM, the victim departed from their house and went to the palm plantation and did not returned until the next day.
His family and friends searched for him. At around 10 in the evening as the residents fervently search for the whereabouts of Akbar, they found a huge snake with a bulging belly at the palm plantation where Akbar was working. They managed to catch the snake and suspected that something or someone is inside the snakes unusual potbelly.
They cut the belly of the python open and found the lifeless body of Akbar inside. From the looks of the scattered palm he harvested, locals believe that the python attached akbar from behind.
The python that literally swallowed Akbar belong to a family of tribal Pythonidae that are large and have a body size that is said to be the longest among other snake.The biggest size is said to exceed 8.5 meters and is the longest snake in the world. Even longer than the anaconda (Eunectes), the largest and longest snake in South America.
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Consider these suggestions and carefully weigh things for the business investment you are planning to do.Early planning will allow you to properly invest your hard-earned money into a profitable income generator that will allow you earn without leaving your family behind.
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A full travel tax for first class passenger is PhP2,700.00 and PhP1,620.00 for economy class. For an average Filipino like me, it’s quite pricey. Overseas Filipino Workers, diplomats and airline crew members are exempted from paying travel tax before but now, travel tax for OFWs are included in their air ticket prize and can be refunded later at the refund counter at NAIA.
However, OFW dependents can apply for standard reduced travel tax. Children or Minors from 2 years and one (1) day to 12th birthday on date of travel.
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