In a rare incident, a deadly Russell’s viper was rescued from a well in Maharashtra, 1200 kilometers away from its natural habitat. The snake was discovered by a farmer who had gone to draw water from the well.
The farmer immediately contacted the forest department, who sent a team to rescue the snake. The team carefully extracted the snake from the well and released it into a nearby forest.
Russell’s viper is a venomous snake found in the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia. It is known for its deadly venom and aggressive behavior. The snake is responsible for numerous snakebite deaths in India, making it one of the most dangerous snakes in the region.
The incident of the Russell’s viper being rescued from a well so far away from its natural habitat is a rare occurrence. It’s unclear how the snake ended up in the well, so far away from its natural habitat.