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Giant, thick Burmese python caught village in Hong Kong 

Really a big one!

A 3-4 metre long Burmese python was found a village in Sai Kung, Hong Kong last night and a team of policemen and a snake catcher worked together to catch it. 

In the video, the snake catcher uses a bag to cover the python's eyes when the onlookers, who are believed villagers, make a speculation saying the python have eaten too much since it was unmoved. They are stunned by its scene and keep praising the giant size of the snake.

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The reptile was finally caught by the snake catcher with the help of the police pulling the snake straight before putting it into the bag. 

The Burmese python is the largest and the only protected snake in Hong Kong. They can be as long as 6 metres.