Puri / India Snake Helpline

A 4-foot-long venomous cobra got its head stuck in a can while in the backyard of a home in Puri, India. A Snake Helpline volunteer freed the cobra in approx 20 minutes and sprayed it with antibiotics prior to being released back into the wild.

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