The snake was later released in Suwang Reserve Forest.(Twitter/@ANI)
The snake was later released in Suwang Reserve Forest.(Twitter/@ANI)

Cobra, 14-foot-long, spotted in Assam. Pics will make you very uncomfortable

The snake was first spotted by some workers at the Jiajuri Tea Estate in the Nagaon district.
By Trisha Sengupta
UPDATED ON JUL 07, 2019 06:58 PM IST

If you have ophidiophobia – fear of snakes – then this is where you should stop reading. Others, who can brave the fear of slithering reptiles, might gasp in surprise at the images of a 14-foot-long King Cobra that was recently captured in Assam.

The snake was first spotted by some workers at the Jiajuri Tea Estate in the Nagaon district, reports Time 8 – a news media from Northeast India. Quickly, the panicked people got in touch with a snake rescuer - Binod ‘Dulu’ Borah. He captured the snake and removed it from the Tea Estate.

The images of the huge snake were shared on Twitter by ANI. “It [the snake] was later released in Suwang Reserve Forest,” reads the post. 

People couldn’t help but comment on the size of the snake. There were a few who called it beautiful. Here is how others reacted:

The King Cobra is a venomous snake and it belongs to the reptile family Elapidae, reports Times 8.

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