In the thick of mamba mating season, a Durban man spotted a black mamba
snake slithering into his bedroom. Little did he know, it wasn't just
one black mamba, but a happy couple.
In the thick of mamba mating season, a Durban man spotted a black mamba snake slithering into his bedroom. Little did he know, it wasn't just one black mamba, but a happy couple.
Two extremely venomous snakes on
honeymoon in his Inanda house!
Nick recalls: "The man's house was about a 50 minute drive from me, so it wasn't exactly around the corner. That wasn't the frustrating part. What was frustrating, was that it came 8 hours or so before I needed to be at a hall just a few hundred meters from the caller’s house, for a snake safety talk I was giving! So I needed to decide, do I wait till morning and make one trip there? Or go at midnight and return early the next morning? It seemed like a waste of petrol. And I wasn't totally convinced the snake I was being called for was something venomous, i.e., something that urgently needed removing. Decisions, decisions!"
Listen below to find out how the saga turned out in Episode 4 of Snake Rescue with Nick Evans...
Missed Episode 2 which was titled: "Two mambas in less than two months for Reservoir Hills family"
Find out how Nick Evans sorted that situation out by listening below.
Nick's organisation KwaZulu-Natal Amphibian and Reptile Conservation is chapter of The Lawrence Anthony Earth Organization.
Contact Nick on 072 809 5806 for snake removals. Email him if you's like to find out about his educational talks.
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