Coimbatore, June 28: A Russell's viper was rescued by a private snake catcher from a house in the outskirts of Coimbatore on Friday. A man residing on the outskirts of Coimbatore went into a deep shock on Friday when he noticed a big snake in his bathroom.
Later, the Kovil Medu resident sought the help of private snake catcher team which identified the snake as Russell's viper, one of the most venomous snakes. Rare Two-Headed Russell's Viper Snake Found in Kalyan Near Mumbai; What Causes Multiple Heads to Grow? Everything About Polycephaly (Watch Video).
Tamil Nadu: 35 snakelets and their mother, a Russell's viper, were found in the bathroom of a house in Kovilmedu area of Coimbatore, earlier today. A team of snake catchers rescued and released them into Anaikatti forest. pic.twitter.com/MblzZu1Py5
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During the rescue operation, the snake gave birth to 35 snakelets. The snake was released into Anaikatti forest Range in the evening.
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