2 Meter Long Black Mamba captured in home – Durban
A Black Mamba measuring just over 2 meters was captured in a home on Wimbledon Grove in Parkgate this week.
At approximately 18:41 members of Reaction Unit South Africa was called out to the residence after the homeowner discovered the highly venomous snake. Upon arrival, Reaction Officers found the snake wrapped around a burglar bar in the living room. Professional snake catcher Jason Arnold of Universal Reptiles was called to the scene, and upon arrival, the snake was safely removed from the home.
The Mamba would be relocated to its natural environment away from homes.
Pictures courtesy of Reaction Unit of South Africa
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