14-feet-long King Cobra rescued in Odisha’s Cuttack

Cuttack: A 14-feet-long King Cobra was reportedly rescued from Kochila Nuagao village under Dalijodi forest range in Cuttack district of Odisha on Wednesday.

According to reports, the reptile was found inside an abandoned toilet owned by one Ravindra, a resident of Majhi Sahi.

Ravindra’s family members informed Mangarajpur forester Manik Munda and Cuttack snake helpline member Sanjay Parija after spotting the snake in the toilet.

Both Sanjay and Manik reached the spot and rescued the King Cobra. Later, they released the snake into Dalijoda reserved forest.

While speaking about the rescue operation, Manik said that he went to the spot along with the snake helpline member and rescued the snake unhurt successfully. The snake was about 14-feet-long, he informed.

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  1. Upendra Laxmeshwar says

    What was there to save the king ? He had slithered in and would have slithered out…..naturally. Who asked you to poke your lousy nose in nature ? And who are you to save an animal ? The king is capable if taking ample care of himself, without you guys meddling. You have already messed up nature. Leave it alone…..nature is capable of taking care of itself. And if you don’t……it will take care of us all. Soon enough.

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