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India is home to a large number of snake species, including venomous ones like the Indian cobra, Russell's viper, and saw-scaled viper. Snakes often venture into human settlements in search of food or shelter, leading to frequent encounters with people.Due to myths and superstitions surrounding snakes, many people in India kill them on sight, posing a threat to these reptiles. To counter this, many individuals and organizations have taken up the cause of snake rescue in India.These rescuers are trained to safely capture snakes and release them back into their natural habitats. Some of these organizations include the Snake Helpline in West Bengal, the Pune Snake Park in Maharashtra, and the Madras Crocodile Bank Trust in Tamil Nadu. Many snake rescuers also conduct awareness programs to educate people about the importance of conserving snakes and dispel myths about them. The snake rescue process typically involves identifying the species of snake, assessing its behavior and venom potency, and then carefully capturing it using specialized equipment. The captured snake is then kept in a safe and secure location until it can be released back into the wild. Snake rescue operations often involve high-risk situations and require specialized training and equipment to ensure the safety of both the rescuers and the snakes.


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The Indian government also supports research and conservation initiatives aimed at understanding and protecting snake populations.

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