Put 4,000 cats of fish and they all disappeared… He drained the pond and was shocked to see that the “hundred cats” were actually Grade II protected animals | INTERNATIONAL | QUANTITY

Recently, Guo Taifeng, a villager from Shuangjing Village, Harbin City, Heilongjiang Province, found that something was wrong with his fish pond. In order to clarify the situation, he decided to drain the water in the fish pond, and prepared to wait. for the water to drain before taking the big guy out. On the shore, but in the process of waiting, there was a sudden rustling sound from a clump of weeds on the dam, and what caught my eye was a huge python weighing hundreds of pounds.

“CCTV” reported that Guo Taifeng recently found that his fish pond was not quite right. “I give 3000 to 4000 catties of fish. After I finished the water, I saw that there were not many fish, and now there is only a small crucian. leaving carp.” In order to clarify the situation, he decided to drain the water in the fish pond. Unexpectedly, while waiting for the water to be pumped, there was a sudden rustling sound from a weedy bush on the dam. What Guo caught Taifeng’s eyes were a big python, hundreds of jins.

The red-tailed anaconda belongs to the secondary national protected wild animal on the mainland.

After preliminary identification, this is a red-tailed boa, which belongs to the second-class national protected wild animal on the mainland. The data shows that the red tail boa is 1.8 to 3 meters long and weighs 10 to 15 kilograms. It is not poisonous and is mainly distributed in Central America, South America and some islands near the Caribbean Sea. It feeds on reptiles, mammals and birds 20 to 30 years old.

In terms of body color, the body of the red-tailed boa is mostly red or brown, the tail is brick red, the back is mostly yellow-brown markings, and the tail markings are lighter. However, now under artificial cultivation, red anaconda has many manifestations of body color, such as albino, salmon color and so on.

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