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A python, 3 meters long, attacked a 5-year-old boy, bit him, wrapped himself around his body and dragged him into the pool. From the death of a young Australian, his grandfather and father saved him, writes the New York Post.

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5-year-old resident of Byron Bay (New South Wales, near Sydney, Australia) Beau Blake played in courtyard of your house. When he passed near the pool, a huge python crawled out of the bushes, bit the boy on the leg, wrapped himself around it and pulled the boy water.

In Australia, a huge python bit a 5-year-old boy and dragged him into the pool (photo)

In Australia, a huge python bit a 5-year-old boy and dragged him away him into the pool (photo)

“It all happened very quickly. I saw how the python slipped out of the bushes, attacked his son and dragged him into the pool,” Ben Blake, Bo's father, told reporters local radio station.

Luckily, Bo's grandfather, Allan Blake, who is 76 years old, was by the pool at the time. He immediately rushed into the pool and pulled out a boy wrapped in a python.

“At that moment I did not think about my safety, I had to save my grandson,” says Allan Blake.

After that, his father ran up to the boy, who grabbed the python and began to choke him until he opened his powerful jaws. According to Ben Blake, it took him only 15-20 seconds. But after he managed to free the boy from the “hugs” of the python, Ben held him in his arms for another 10 minutes, after which he released the reptile back into the bushes.

In Australia, a huge python bit a 5-year-old boy and dragged him into the pool (photo)

In Australia, a huge python bit a 5-year-old boy and dragged him into the pool (photo)

Although 5-year-old Bo was very frightened, he escaped with minor injuries.

“We washed the wound, because the python bit Bo strongly, washed off the blood and told our son that he would not die, because it was not a poisonous snake. Bo was immediately delighted and calmed down,” says Ben.

According to the father of the child, now the whole family will carefully monitor the wound on Bo's leg so that there are no signs of infection.

In Australia, a huge python bit a 5-year-old boy and dragged him into the pool (photo)

In Australia, a huge python bit a 5-year-old boy and dragged him into the pool (photo)

“It was a really ordeal. Bo was just walking along the edge of the pool and I think that the python was waiting for the victim to appear and it turned out to be my son,” said Ben Blake.

According to the boy's father, in his entire life he had already met about 10 snakes in the yard of his house. In general, pythons are a common sight in their city.

There are 15 python species in Australia that are not poisonous, but they kill their prey by wrapping their body around it before strangling and swallowing it.

After going through such an ordeal that is barely did not lead to the death of his son, Ben Blake, as if nothing had happened, says that the direct proximity to such reptiles does not frighten him.

“What to do, we live in Australia,” said Ben Blake.

As Focus already wrote, scientists told how pythons manage to swallow deer and alligators, which are much larger than these reptiles. The main secret of pythons lies in the ability to open their mouths very wide.