Two snakes rescued from Delhi : Wildlife SOS
In a first incident, the Indian rock python was spotted in Nardan Basti located near Lal Kuan in Tughlakabad, the Wildlife SOS said in a statement.
Two snakes, including an eight-foot-long python, have been rescued from two localities here, an NGO said here today.
A team of two snake rescuers from the NGO rushed to rescue the python from the boundary wall of the residential colony, it said.
The Indian rock python, though commonly found across India, face extreme threat due to prevalent misunderstanding and ignorance among public. It is often confused with venomous Russell's viper and killed, the statement said.
Both snakes are currently kept under observation and will soon be released back into the wild, it said.
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