Claudia Kim plays a woman who is cursed to turn into a snake in the second instalment of the franchise. The revelation that Nagini would feature in Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald, emerged in a promotional video for the film released on Wednesday. The video shows South Korean actor Claudia Kim turn from a woman into a snake. But suddenly making Nagini into a Korean woman is garbage.
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As President Donald Trump receives backlash for comments Wednesday about the coronavirus outbreak that were widely perceived as xenophobic, his allies in Congress have risen to his defense — with one senator in particular embracing his rhetoric. He proceeded to identify the consumption of such animals as the source of the virus, echoing a since debunked myth that the outbreak began with a woman eating bat soup. The origins of the virus remain a mystery to health officials, even as it continues to spread globally. The senator also incorrectly cited China as the birthplace of two other previous outbreaks: Middle East respiratory syndrome, or MERS, and the swine flu pandemic. Cornyn's statement comes just hours after the president doubled down on his use of the term "Chinese Virus," despite public backlash against the term. Since , the World Health Organization has warned against using geographic or national terms to describe disease outbreaks in order "to minimize unnecessary negative effects on nations, economies and people.
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Local authorities say snake is estimated to be 8m long, beating the previous Guinness world record for a snake of the same species called Medusa. A huge python found on a construction site in Malaysia could take the record for the longest snake ever to be caught, with initial estimates at eight metres. The reticulated python — a species found in south-east Asia and widely considered as the longest reptile species — was spotted where a flyover was being built in Paya Terubong, a district on the island and tourist haven of Penang.