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Saturday, 19 December 2015

Stowaway cobra saved from holder ship destined for New Jersey

A far-fetched and unsafe stowaway crawled its way into a New Jersey-bound compartment send this week.

The MV Maersk Sana was made a beeline for port from Indonesia when a team part found a 18 crawl long Indian cobra, the Wildlife Conservation Society's Bronx Zoo reported. The Indian cobra is very venomous and local to southern Asia.

The Indian cobra is local to southern Asia - including Pakistan, Bhutan, Nepal and Sri Lanka.

What's more, what does one use to uproot a dangerous snake that is free to move around at will oblivious - on a boat, eight stories beneath deck? Some uncommon hardware and a touch of boasting.

The herpetologist's unit contained snake tongs and snares, a snake pack, headlamps and antidote treatment- - just on the off chance that their tricky prey attempted to nibble them.


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