Nick Evans to the rescue as hungry mamba sniffs out pet birds

Nick’s reassurance to chook house owners: “A number of birds have been stored in
a number of properties bordering a valley (mamba habitat). A mamba customer
was inevitable. Please do not panic you probably have a pet chook, particularly if
you don’t stay on a property bordering a reserve or valley, because the
likelihood of a mamba coming for it’s slim.”

LISTEN | READ: Inexperienced mamba at Sibaya building web site

In the meantime, the extremely venomous black mamba snakes do not normally encourage a lot
laughter in those that come throughout them. Nevertheless, within the loopy world of
Snake Rescue’s Nick Evans, this was the case one night in Durban. Hearken to the podcast beneath.

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