12 Indian Cobra hatchlings reused from Odisha’s Pipili

KalingaTV News Network

Puri: Three days after rescuing around 130 snakes from two separate places in Bhadrak district, snake helpline officials rescued 12 more Indian Cobra hatchlings from Pipili area of the district on Tuesday.

According to reports, snake catcher Sushant Kumar Behera rescued the cobras from the house of one Anadi Sahu at Suhagpur village under Pipili police limits and left them in an isolated yet safe place. Behera also found the egg cells of the snakes while rescuing them.

Notably, 106 Indian Cobra hatchlings were rescued from Samapur village of Bhadrak district on Saturday. Around 10-11 snakes were also found dead while 20 eggs were recovered from the spot. Later, three more big Indian Cobras (one male, two females) were also netted and left in the near-by forest.

Likewise, around 15 snakes were also rescued from Kantabania village of Bhadrak district by the snake helpline officials.

snakes in Pipili


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