Enormous 22-Foot Python Believed to Have Swallowed Grandmother Whole

An enormous 22-foot python is believed to have swallowed a grandmother whole in Indonesia.

An enormous 22-foot python is believed to have swallowed a grandmother whole in Indonesia.

The 54-year-old called Jahrah disappeared from her home in the Jambi province of Sumatra's western Island on October 21, according to the Mail Online.

After a search party, local people allegedly found the huge python with a bulging stomach inside a forest.  

They cut it open and found the woman's body inside, the media outlet reported. 

Indonesia is home to the reticulated python. 

The species can be found across South and Southeast Asia and is the world's longest snake. 

These snakes can reach enormous sizes. 

They regularly grow on average up to 16 feet, but some have been reported to be much larger. 

Reticulated pythons are constricting snakes, meaning they coil around their prey to kill it.