An 8-Foot Python And 3-Foot Cobra Captured In Different Parts Of Delhi

An 8-Foot Python And 3-Foot Cobra Captured In Different Parts Of Delhi

An 8-Foot Python And 3-Foot Cobra Captured In Different Parts Of Delhi

New Delhi: While most people in Delhi are relieved by the rain, but with it have come up some unwanted guests in the open. On Thursday, NGO Wildlife SOS has removed two snakes after receiving distress calls from different areas of the city.  

The first distress call the NGO received was about a snake found in Nardan Basti located near Lal Kuan, Tughlakabad. When the team reached there, they discovered an eight-foot-long Indian Rock Python hiding in a hole in the boundary wall of a residential colony. The rescuers subsequently removed the snake from the spot.

An 8-Foot Python And 3-Foot Cobra Captured In Different Parts Of Delhi

Another distress call came from Rohini, where the rescuers found an almost 3-foot-long cobra hiding inside the staff room of Neighbourhood Woof, which is a shelter for stray dogs in Prahladpur, Rohini. The team removed the cobra from the premises as well.
 

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An 8-Foot Python And 3-Foot Cobra Captured In Different Parts Of Delhi

 

Both the python and the cobra are currently being held under observation, and will eventually be released into the wild.

While cobras are among the most venomous snake species found in India, while on the other hand Indian Rock Pythons are non-venomous.

A while back, three cobras were found and rescued from different parts of Delhi.

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