The cobra had crawled into the parked car and a part of it was seen near the engine. The people tried to remove it by shaking the car and even pouring water but the snake did not come out.
The homeowner had to crawl underneath his home after high winds disrupted his cable television service. He saw a few venomous snakes.
However, the local police chief defended the police with a mild criticism and called it 'unprofessional.' The police also said that snake was Non-Venomous.
Thousands of residents have abandoned their homes with warnings of rain with tornadoes warnings being issued by authorities.
Richie Gilbert, from Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers 24/7 was called to a home in Elimbah, north of Brisbane.
The colour of their pigment and the sound of their rattles indicated they were the deadly rattlesnakes.
A female red-garter snake can mate with around 100 snakes at a time! The female snakes always stay in a group and thus the mating behaviour is also seen in a group.
The police acted on a tip-off it had received. The police said that the unlawful deal was supposed to be sealed in Dahisar east, near Sanjay Gandhi National Park.
To force the woman to sleep with him, he threatened her with not one but three snakes. One of the venomous snakes bit him while playing and that caused his death.
The surgery is considered to be one of the most complex surgeries and was performed by Dr Nilesh Satbhai of the Wadia Hospital.
The man tried to put the cobra on his shoulder for a picture and even though it was held strongly around the neck, the snake did manage to bite his hand.
This incident has also opened a worm of cans with the patients complaining that the hygiene condition at the hospital is always poor.
This snake was two weeks old, about 6 inches. Snakes with such defects or mutations find it difficult to adapt in the wild.
The bamboo pit viper was attacked by locals who feared that it could cause harm.
More than 50 snakes were seized by Forest department officials in a day-long drive to prevent snake charmers from duping 'Shiv bhakts' outside temples across Agra.
It was a silent awareness campaign which saw two girl students of 9th standard dressed and painted in snake attire. They walked on the roads with placards that read 'Have a cruelty-free Nag Panchami.'
The application is called 'Snake Lovers Club' and it will educate the people about the reptiles and also connect the rescuers from different areas.
A new species, very distinct from the ones that are a common sight on Australia's East Coast and the interiors. The new snake is about 30-40cm long and features thin white bands, and fatter black bands along its body.