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    Smile Negroids Catching A Giant Snake

    I found this on Ebaums world. They labeled the snake an Anaconda, but these men appear to be Negroid of some sort, and it is thus unlikely that the snake is an anaconda, as anacondas are not found in this part of the world, to my knowledge. It is more likely a large python of some sort, possibly a reticulated python.

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    -Hyge sceal ðe heardre, heorte ðe cénre, mód sceal ðe máre, þý úre mægen lytlaþ. -The Battle of Maldon
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    Re: Catching a giant snake.

    That's a pretty cool method. These are the type of Africans(or indigenous southern pacifc peoples) that I like, those who are not infleunced by western cultures.

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    Re: Catching a giant snake.

    You know I was thinking that at first, but they don't look quite like the pictures of Melanesids I have seen. But you may very well be right.
    -Hyge sceal ðe heardre, heorte ðe cénre, mód sceal ðe máre, þý úre mægen lytlaþ. -The Battle of Maldon
    -I love the great despisers, because they are the great adorers, and arrows of longing for the other shore. -Thus Spake Zarathustra

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    Re: Catching a giant snake.

    They act like true Negrids, that's what counts.

    Good find mayne, but I'm left wondering what method they used exactly. From what I gather they sent a guy down into the hole with burning sticks. Did the snake pass out from the smoke or what? I wonder if they ate the snake afterwards.

    EDIT: Nevermind, I understand now. The crafty blighter used his hand as bait. Nice to see they're 'keeping it real' in the jungle.

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    Re: Catching a giant snake.

    Yes, the snake catchers definitely seem to show some tendencies in the direction of Melanesid with their greater haryness, more reddish skin tone, and somewhat finer features. But, and maybe its just me, or perhaps the quality of the photos, the snake-catchers' pigmentation appears to be darker and browner than most of the Melanesid pics I have seen, including the one you just posted.

    And it maybe that there is a population which forms a transition between the two races.
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    -Hyge sceal ðe heardre, heorte ðe cénre, mód sceal ðe máre, þý úre mægen lytlaþ. -The Battle of Maldon
    -I love the great despisers, because they are the great adorers, and arrows of longing for the other shore. -Thus Spake Zarathustra

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    AW: Catching a giant snake.

    Fitting news
    Saturday, January 27, 2007
    Huge python makes a meal of 11 dogs

    Guard dogs protecting a fruit orchard in Malaysia have met their match — a 7.1-metre-long python that swallowed at least 11 hounds before it was finally discovered by villagers.

    ‘I was shocked to see such a huge python,’ orchard-keeper Ali Yusof told the New Straits Times in an article published beneath a picture of the captured snake, which was almost long enough to span the width of a tennis court and as thick as a tree trunk.

    Villagers did not harm the snake, which was tied to a tree then handed to wildlife officials, the paper said. reuters
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    Re: Catching a giant snake.

    What are those black fellows going to do with the snake?

    Eat it? Use the parts of the body for clothing or to sell to tourists?

    Seems such a shame to kill a beautiful creature like that, but I'll withhold judgement.

    Re; race. They look... black of some type

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