- Nick Evans recently headed online to share a thrilling post about how he managed to capture a large python that had been terrorising a chicken farm and its owner
- According to the post, Evans and his wife were preparing for breakfast when a concerned man called him to let him know that they had spotted the snake that was eating their chickens
- Once again many of Evans' ample fans headed to the comment section to marvel over Evans' work and ability to rescue snakes so seamlessly
Nick Evans has once again retold a thrilling story about how he managed to rescue a large python that had been eating an Inanda man's chickens after the man called him to let him know he had spotted the chicken-eating snake.
"A gentleman from Maphephetheni (back end of Inanda) phoned me to say that they had found where a resident python is living. This particular python, or believed to be the same one at least, has been feasting on his chickens!
"We were led down into the bush, and amazingly, the hole that this python was in, was about 5m from the hole the 2018 python was in! I shone my torch in the hole, and to my relief, there was the python, curled up. It wasn't a big one, but certainly not something someone with chicken wants around."
Snake and non-snake lovers are marveled:
Many of his followers headed to the comment section where they once again marveled over how brave Evans is, a lot of them complimented him and asked questions about snake rescuing.
Carolina Van Heerden said:
"I really enjoyed the rescue well done Nick snake safe....and I salute the KZN Valley Dogs as well Keep safe and God bless"
Elise Kendon Wagenaar said:
"Love reading about your rescues! Easy to visualize and feel like I am there with your detailed descriptions! Very fun for someone who lives basically on the other side of the world!"
Another amazing snake catch
Briefly News also reported that Nick Evans recently headed online to share another post about one of his amazing snake catches. According to the post he had gotten a call from a frightened family who spotted the snake in a doorway in their home.
"Last night, a family in Westville North, got quite a fright when they saw this Mozambique Spitting Cobra at their doorway! Instinctively, the one resident grabbed the door and shut it, while the snake moved to the side, slithering behind a fridge. They phoned me, and kept eyes on it. It was trapped in a room.
"I pulled it out, while the family watched in disbelief through the glass door. They got a safe, close-up view. The cobra was nearly a meter long. Once I put it in the bucket, it started to regurgitate," he wrote.
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