In Byron Bay, Australia, a tragic event occurred when a five-year-old child was playing by the pool when a python bit him and dragged him under the water. The baby was saved thanks to the quick actions of his father and grandpa.
A young child of five played by the pool one peaceful day without noticing that a python of around three meters had crept into the garden. The snake had hit its mark, biting the youngster in the leg and yanking him into the water.
Both the victim’s father and grandpa saw what was occurring in time, and the grandfather, aged 76, dived into the pool to save his nephew, who emerged from the water with the python still wrapped around his leg. The father then removed the snake and made him leave the baby.
Animals of all shapes and sizes thrive in Australia’s expansive wilderness. As a result, reptiles and other huge insects and spiders may be found inside the house with relative ease.