Jahrah, 54, left home Sunday morning to work as a tree tapper in Indonesia.
Her relatives saw her last alive. Jahrah's husband rang the alarm when she didn't return that afternoon.
Sandals, a jacket, a headscarf, and a knife belonging to his missing wife were his first clue.
The next morning, a search team for Jahrah found a bloated snake.
The search crew uncovered a 7-meter (22-foot) python.
In keeping with Indonesian tradition, authorities referred to the victim as "Jahrah" "They caught the snake."