- Mzansi snake rescuer Nick Evans was called out to catch yet another black mamba in a home in the Umkumbaan area
- Nick explained that the black mamba was extra grumpy and rightfully so as it had been hurt and was far from home
- The people of KZN thanked Nick for saving the snake and for doing the most to educate people about snake safety
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The floods have made the black mambas of KZN a little grumpy, says Mzansi snake rescuer Nick Evans. Having been called out a lot lately to catch black mambas, Nick has been hella busy.
Nick’s most recent black mamba snatch was in the Umkumbaan area. A man was casually shaving his head in his lounge when he noticed something moving - it was a black mamba. The man immediately called Nick and asked him to get there ASAP!
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Taking to his Facebook page, Nick shared the details of the story and how he managed to bag the extremely deadly slang. This man’s love for these animals definitely has an angel watching over him.
Nick claims this black mamba was just as grumpy as the rest. He seems to think the floods have cheesed these black beauties off, because he has never seen so many super sassy black mambas before.
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“It gaped at me, exposing the black mouth, before I grabbed it with the tongs. As I tried restraining it, it resisted like crazy! Powerful animal.”
The people of Mzansi thank Nick for his courageous services once again
The people of KZN are always gratefully appreciative of Nick’s services. Having someone be able to come and collect snakes without harming them is definitely a God sent. Even though the snake was hurt a little, it was alive and Nick managed to save it.
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Take a look at some of the comments:
Karen Moodley said:
“Aww sad but great news that it was saved. Thanx Nick.”
Anne Cilliers Aston said:
“Glad u could save snake, yes I rather leave a snake alone as I know they just as scared of me as I am off them .and they only retaliating when they fear death, we all do.”
Martin Dias said:
“Good for you Nick. Keep up the good work. Everything in balance. Without snakes our food supply would be eaten by rodents. Educate, enlighten, teach.”
Janet Naidoo said:
“Beautiful creature shame it's sad as you say they too are hungry and tired bless you for saving him”
Snake catcher Nick Evans catches 3 black mambas in 1 day, all far from their natural habitats and "feisty"
In other snake rescuer news, Briefly News recently reported KZN snake catcher Nick Evans had a busy day on Tuesday, 19 April when he was called to three different locations to catch a black mamba at each of them.
The heavy rains in KZN caused a lot of upset to the people of the province, however, it seems like it has done the same to the creepy critters that inhabit KZN too.
Nick took to his Facebook page to share the tales of his busy black mamba day. Highlighting that the snakes seemed a little out of character, the only thing Nick could put it down to was the floods.
Source: Briefly News