16 feet-long king cobra caught from Thenmala forest range
Kulathupuzha (Kollam): A huge king cobra was caught from the shrubs along the road in front of Thenmala-Shendurney forest range office.
The king cobra had been found on a tree near the shrubs for a few days, posing threat to the passersby.
The forest officers contacted well-known snake catcher Vava Suresh for help.
The 16-feet-long female snake is about 11-year-old.
Vava Suresh said that it was the 123rd king cobra he has caught.
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