It is not at all easy to carry out heart check up of a snake, which is said to be the Britain’s largest. More than eight snake handlers controlled Bali, a 23-foot-long female python.
Bali got her heart examination done at the Chester Zoo. The heart check up was part of a study, which is being carried out by a group of researchers from the Cardiff Metropolitan University. The study researchers have been carrying out a study to know complete details about human heart.
It was the turn of Bali to undergo heart check-up procedure. However, there is no doubt that it was a bit difficult to get the check up done of this 198-pound snake.
Snakes have three-chambered heart in comparison to humans, who have four. Not only this, Bali has 100 teeth, which it used to catch hold the prey, but it shall be noted that they are not venomous.
Chester Zoo's Gerardo Garcia explained that pythons have a different way to kill its prey. They strangulate their prey until it does not die. In order to maintain the security of Bali, the zoo keepers put a tube on its face. The tube helped her remain calm, affirmed Garcia.
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