How To Release A Red-Bellied Black Snake Back Into the Wild

StoryfulPublished: June 30, 2017
Published: June 30, 2017

Sunshine Coast Snake Catcher Max Jackson was called to a rescue on May 26 to relocate a red-bellied black snake from a Mudjimba home after it was found in the garden by a pet cat.Jackson described the snake as “pretty” and said the species was “placid”, but its venom is highly poisonous to animals, young children and the elderly. This video shows the snake’s release into the wild.The Queensland Department of Environment and Heritage Protection classifies the snake as “shy” and reluctant to bite.

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