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Ben Blake holds the obnoxious python
A five-year-old Australian boy was bitten by a python about three times his size, strangled and dragged into a swimming pool.
Beau Blake was enjoying a swim at home when the 10-foot (3 m) reptile struck, his father told a local radio station.
The pair - still entangled - were pulled out of the pool by Beau's grandfather and the boy was rescued from the animal by his father, Ben.
But Beau is in good spirits and escaped with only minor injuries.
"When we removed the blood and told him he wasn't going to die because it wasn't a venomous snake ... he was actually pretty good," his father Ben told Melbourne radio station 3AW on Friday about the incident that happened a day earlier.
"He's an absolute soldier," Ben added, saying the family - who live in the coastal New South Wales town of Byron Bay - would monitor the bite wounds for signs of infection.
Despite the happy escape, the dramatic saga is still quite an "ordeal," he said.
"[Beau] was just walking around the edge [of the pool] ... and I think the python was kind of sitting there waiting for a victim to come along ... and Beau was."
"I saw a large black shadow coming out of the bush and before they reached the bottom it was completely wrapped around his leg."
With no sense of self-preservation, Beau's 76-year-old grandfather, Allan, jumped into the pool and passed the boy and snake to Ben.
"I'm not a little boy ... [so] I released him within 15 to 20 seconds," Ben said.
Ben then held the python for about 10 minutes while desperately trying to calm his children and father before releasing the snake back into the vegetation.
"He went back to the crime scene, the naughty thing."
Ben told the radio station pythons are a fact of life in the area, about 8 hours north of Sydney, saying: "Look... it's Australia".

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