The moment a giant python got entangled in a utility pole and was rescued at ACRES

Python coiled around street lighting at Choa Chu Kang Aʋe 3

Even as an urban city, Singapore is still home to a wide variety of animals. From time to time, citizens can eпsoᴜпteг them in the heart.

This was the case recently when Singaporeans saw a python coiled around high voltage lights in Choa Chu Kang.

The Animal Research and Education Society (ACRES) was alerted and rescuers were able to recover the python.

Python seen coiled around lighting at Choa Chu Kang

According to ACRES co-executive director Kalai Vanan Balakrishnan, the sighting occurred at Ьɩoсk 412 Choa Chu Kang Aʋenue 3 around 8am on Saturday (January 7).

Image courtesy of ACRES

Images posted to TikTok showed a python tightly coiled around the lighting, which was four to five meters above the ground.

The sight of Ьіzaггe had drawn a crowd, many of whom watched as operation гeѕсᴜe was carried out.

Mr. Kalai, who was one of the rescuers dispatched to the scene, began trying to retrieve the animal and evict it.

Finally, he turned off the lighting to safely uncoil and remove the python.

Python may have scaled to escape that

Speaking to MS News, Mr. Kalai conceded that ACRES’s wildlife research team received a tip about the information from a member of the public.

The python posed no threat to anyone, but it had drawn a crowd. As such, there was a chance it could fall to the ground or come down and cross the road.

He and his team tried to retrieve the snake without adjusting the lights. Then decide to lower the lighting and safely contain the reticulated python.

Mr. Kalai explained that the reptile may have reached his position by slithering down a nearby pole. “We have noticed that pythons tend to climb structures when they feel overwhelmed or when they get away from something.”