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10-feet long king cobra rescued in Assam’s Cachar district

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10-feet long king cobra rescued in Assam’s Cachar district

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 19 Jul 2019, 08:07 pm

Guwahati, Jul 19 (IBNS): The Assam forest department on Friday rescued a 10-feet long king cobra from the Chotajalenga village area in Assam’s Cachar district.

According to the reports, some villagers of Chotajalenga spotted the king cobra and informed forest officials and a team of forest department and the Assam University.

The 10-feet long king cobra weighing about 7.30 kilograms was thereby rescued.

Later, the big snake was safely released in the Borail wildlife sanctuary.

Assam forest department has opened a helpline number (0361-2332830) and appealed to the people to assist the forest department in the rescue of any wildlife at the time of flood or otherwise.

 

(By Hemanta Kumar Nath, Guwahati)


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10-feet long king cobra rescued in Assam’s Cachar district

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