Lockdown has become practical for both humans and nature. Climate is becoming more apparent, and it had made animals and birds happy. They are easily roaming around without worrying about human civilization. As lockdown continues due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are witnessing many incidents throughout India. Some of them are very interesting yet frightening.” Jim Corbett National Park Booking Online Here”.
In these incidents, coming out of snakes has become another remarkable agenda. Especially in Uttarakhand, people are getting more scared of the snake coming out during the Covid-19 lockdown.
The surrounding area of Jim Corbett National Park has become one of the favorite places for snakes. Usually, this Himalayan forested wildlife sanctuary is famous for its biodiversity and tiger reserve. This forest is home to over 586 species of migratory birds, 33 species of reptiles, 36 species of dragonflies, and seven amphibians. Many people come here for Jim Corbett Safari Booking to enjoy the thrill of this national park.
However, the thrill is still there, even without tourists. As we mentioned before, this wildlife sanctuary is witnessing many incidents during the lockdown. One such thrilling incident is an 11-foot tall giant King Cobra entering Kyari village at Ramnagar. This small village is located around a mango orchard and thick trees, closer to Jim Corbett. Many tourists come here to enjoy their vacation while witnessing perfect natural surroundings.
According to our sources, the local people of Kyari village first found this giant King Cobra in a water canal. Then, they informed the recuse team of the forest department. Many residents from other villages gathered to see the 11 foot King Cobra. This is not the first time when the villages of Ramnagar have witnessed the snake coming incidents. This is why the forest representatives have asked the villagers to alert the rescue team as soon as they find any poisoned snake. It will help them to avoid any dangerous incident regarding snakes coming out.
According to Pradeep Rawat, the director of De Floresta Resort, this King Cobra weighed around 7.5 kg. The species of this snake is among the longest poisoned snakes in the world. However, they usually don’t bite anyone as they are afraid of humans.
On the other hand, the villagers have to be more careful about these snakes. The rescue team had instructed the villagers to alert them as soon as possible instead of killing the snake.