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"This will be the first time this species has been known to be a man-eater." He said the snake had probably just woken from its winter hibernation and was extremely hungry when the boy wandered into its path.
"We have never had a case of an African rock python eating a human, but they are very opportunistic eaters and the snake was obviously hungry enough to think it could cope with a child."Snake hunts by the township community are being organised each day to locate the python, but they have been told not to kill it but call in the experts instead.