WHILE most predators in Africa could be expected to take down an antelope - few could then swallow it whole. But this is just what happens when the killer turns out to be an African rock python. This 8ft snake was spotted devouring a young impala in the Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana. The python, which has an extremely flexible jaw, took a lengthy 45 minutes to gulp down the animal.
Videographer / Director: Fred von Winckelmann Producer: John Balson Editor: Jack Stevens