Snake Handler Rescues Expecting Green Mamba Right After It Laid, SA Worried As Eggs Remain Missing

Snake Handler Rescues Expecting Green Mamba Right After It Laid, SA Worried As Eggs Remain Missing

  • A snake expert, Jason Arnold, helped a green mamba that was in the KZN area, and his daring rescue amazed many
  • Jason Arnold's YouTube video fascinated people as they saw how he treated a snake that was in a vulnerable state
  • Jason Arnold got help from Nick Evans to ensure the green mamba's safety after rescuing it from a Durban neighbourhood

An uMhlanga property in KZN housed a long green mamba. Residents in the Queensbury, Northdedene area, alerted Durban South Snake Rescue.

Durban residents called a snake catcher for a green mamba
A snake catcher in Durband found a green mamba that had just given birth. Image: R. Andrew Odum / TheGift777
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Jason Arnold gave a lesson on the nature of green mamba after catching it. The snake was in a vulnerable state and was delivered to Nick Evans.

Youtuber in Durban resues pregnant green mamba

A YouTube channel by Jason Arnold shows him handling a snake in a residential home. He recorded his technique when approaching and holding a snake safely.

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In the clip, Jason says the snake had just laid eggs on the property. He clarified that it is not usually a dangerous viper as they like to keep to themselves.

Watch the video:

SA applaud snake catcher

The comments section of the green mamba video was filled with curious netizens. Many applauded the snake expert's work.

Nazo Mkoko wrote:

"I'll always say this: Durban is the Australia of South Africa!

Xolani Khabazela commented:

"If they don't know where are the aggs that means danger is not averted yet."

Precious Martie Mtizira said:

"The one reason I will not live in Durban."

Lerato Kebatso complained:

"One thing about Durban there are snakes everywhere."

Cebolenkosi Sizwe S'biya

"Rescued, lol my people are busy taking pictures things have changed."

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What happened to the green mamba?

According to IOL, the snake's eggs are yet to be found and were handed over to Nick Evans, another snake expert. Briefly News reported on a video of Nick catching a venomous snake.

TikTok video of snake sends chills through Mzansi

Briefly News previously reported that in a spine-chilling moment caught on TikTok, a South African woman in East London had her heart skip a beat when a snake unexpectedly paid a visit to her home.

No one wants a snake as an uninvited house guest, especially not someone who is terrified of them and has a child to protect.

The video, uploaded by user @thalithamakalene, has sent shivers down viewers' spines as it captures the moment a child screams, "There's a snake," causing panic in the household.

Source: Briefly News

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