In the latest Snake Rescue, Nick Evans receives a call from the Tongaat
area, on the KZN North Coast, for a Black Mamba in a 'storeroom'. As
you'll hear, Nick got a lot more than he'd bargained for!
In the latest Snake Rescue, Nick Evans receives a call from the Tongaat area, on the KZN North Coast, for a Black Mamba in a 'storeroom'. As you'll hear, Nick got a lot more than he'd bargained for!
The Black Mamba is arguably the most iconic snake found in the province, if not the continent! They are common in valley areas in the Greater Durban Area, and in southern and northern parts of KwaZulu-Natal.
Bites from the Black and Green Mamba are considered to be the most dangerous as their venom is able to kill people faster than most other snakes.
And so it's always a dangerous mission when Nick goes to rescue and retrieve a Black Mamba, and in this latest podcast, as you will hear, he gets a lot more than he bargained for in Tongaat.
Click on the player below to hear details of this episode.
Nick's organisation, KwaZulu-Natal Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, is a chapter of The Lawrence Anthony Earth Organisation.
Contact Nick on 072 809 5806 for information about snake removals. Email him if
you'd like to find out about his educational talks.
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