An North American woman was pleasantly surprised to find a nest Cobras They live under their own home in Santa Rosa, California. At least 92 snakes shared property with her.
The case was reported in the San Francisco Chronicle after the woman sought help from a non-profit organization that specializes in animal rescue. NGO director Al Wolf said the first inspection of the residence found 59 cubs and 22-year-old snakes.
In another two visits to the site, 11 more reptiles were removed. With that, the number of animals living in the area rose to 92.
Snakes belong to the genus Pacific Rattlesnake, the only venom found in California. They are usually not aggressive until they feel in danger.
According to the expert, calls from residents of Santa Rosa are common. However, in general, the number of snakes found is only four or five.
All the snakes that were rescued were left in the forest. Al Wolf says he wants to make new care visits to the home in the coming months because of the epidemic.
With information: Metropolitan areas
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