Firefighters restrain a rescued python at a fire station in Bangkok on Nov. 23, 2017. As the sprawling city of more than 8.2 million people continues to expand into formerly wild lands, the number of snake encounters is rising.
Firefighters restrain a rescued python at a fire station in Bangkok on Nov. 23, 2017. As the sprawling city of more than 8.2 million people continues to expand into formerly wild lands, the number of snake encounters is rising. AMANDA MUSTARD NYT
Firefighters restrain a rescued python at a fire station in Bangkok on Nov. 23, 2017. As the sprawling city of more than 8.2 million people continues to expand into formerly wild lands, the number of snake encounters is rising. AMANDA MUSTARD NYT

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