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Villagers kill 6 endangered pythons & feast (2/11/2020) 
Six pythons were slaughtered for consumption at Simlung in North Tripura district on Sunday. The snakes were then publicly decapitated, skinned, cut into pieces and eaten. According to forest officials, the pythons were killed by people from a local tribal community around 221 km away from Agartala and all the six pythons were from endangered species. This illegal practice of destroying forests and wildlife has been going on for years, but no strict action or awareness drive has been carried out. A deputation will be given to the local administration and the Forest Department to take immediate measures to stop such practices, said Pawsome general secretary Rigved Dutta. Authorities are trying to identify the people through the pictures and video clips that has gone viral and take necessary action against them.
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