Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

The sight of any kind of snake will stream fear in anyone. What if you come across a poisonous snake? What if the reptile is a huge King Cobra?

King cobras prefer living in dense or open forests away from human habitats. However, with the onset of rain, they venture into human habitats close to forests. In search of food and safety, they enter human habitations. King cobras get spotted in various odd places.

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Here we bring a video of a huge king cobra’s rescue operation that was spotted in a human habitat. 

In the video, a man is seen holding the tail of the king cobra while holding a snake hook stick.

The man is seen struggling to capture the snake. Finally, after struggling for a while, the man achieves success. The snake crawls into the sack meant for rescue. 

The next visuals show the snake being released into the wild after rescue. 

The video is shared on Twitter by Indian Forest Services (IFS) officer Susanta Nanda with a message for viewers. 

The message for the post reads: “King cobras are vital in the food chain for maintaining balance in nature. Here is one nearly 15 feet long rescued & released in the wild.” (sic)

Further, IFS Nanda informed that the entire operation is by trained snake catchers. Please don’t try on your own. With the onset of rain, they can be found in all odd places.

The number of views on the post is increasing unstoppably and it is being massively reshared. Viewers have also expressed their views on the rescue operation.

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