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Snake Catcher Rescues 13-Foot-Long King Cobra In Andhra Pradesh

A snake catcher, on Sunday, rescued a 13-foot king cobra from an Andhra Pradesh palm oil plantation.

The cobra was discovered by a farmer who quickly contacted Venkatesh, the snake catcher, who rescued the reptile.

According to a tweet by DD News Andhra, the snake had entered the farmer’s palm oil plantation near Ghat Road on Sunday. The news channel tweeted a photo of the snake catcher with the huge reptile.

A subsequent tweet adds that the farmer provided information over the phone to the snake catcher, Venkatesh, a member of the Eastern Ghats Wildlife Society. Soon, Venkatesh reached the spot and caught the king cobra. Then, he, put the snake into a gunny bag and carried the reptile away.

(NDTV)

 

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