Andhra Pradesh: Fishing for fish A Rare Venomous snake identified in Srikakulam District Telugu News

The snake got caught in a fish net set on the bank of the pond. After the locals identified and informed the staff of the wildlife department, the officials of the forest department brought Omkar, who is a local expert in catching snakes, into the field. The snake caught in the net was cut and taken out.

A rare Gouribethu venomous snake has made a fuss on the embankment of Ambusauli pond under Palasa municipality of Srikakulam district. The snake got caught in a fish net set on the bank of the pond. After the locals identified and informed the staff of the wildlife department, the officials of the forest department brought Omkar, who is a local expert in catching snakes, into the field. The snake caught in the net was cut and taken out. The snake was given first aid and later released in a deserted forest area nearby. Going into the details… a net has been set up in the Doisagaram pond in the village to prevent the fish from going out. Gauribethu venomous snake belonging to banded krait species was caught in this net. At around 10 am, Sanjeevi, a local who went to the open air, saw a venomous snake caught in a net.

He immediately informed the forest officials. The forest department staff said that this is a very rare species and is very active at night. Banded krait is the most venomous snake. This is rarely seen. These species of snakes, which roam only at night, are mostly found in the states of Odisha and West Bengal. Also, in Srikakulam district of AP, these species of snakes are occasionally found in Tekkali, Kashibugga and Patapatnam forest areas bordering Odisha.

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