Scary! A snake was found hiding in a school bag, watch video

Snakes are scary reptiles. Most snakes are not particularly aggressive or deadly. However, their association with negative images in various works of art, as well as in religious writings and discourses, leads people to believe that all snakes are dangerous and should always be treated quickly. Although dealing with snakes as soon as possible is not a bad idea, people often think that the safest way to do it is to kill them, which is not the case at all. They also don’t want to be around humans, but as humans enter forested areas, it’s inevitable that paths will cross. The sad part is that although neither side wants to interact with each other, when an interaction does happen, very rarely do both get away unscathed. However, in a terrifying incident where a cobra was found hidden in a school bag, the snake, as well as the people involved, managed to escape unharmed.

The incident mentioned above took place at Badoni School, in Datiya district of Madhya Pradesh.

The student in question, Uma Rajak in 10th grade. She felt something moving in her bag and informed her teacher about the same. She had no idea the snake had crawled into her bag until she reached for some books. When she notified her teacher, he unzipped the bag and discovered that there was a snake inside. At first he tried to get the snake out using various tools, but when that failed, he turned the bag over to let all the contents fall out. The books and notebooks flew out of the bag, and after some shaking and prodding, out came the snake, which was determined to be a cobra. As the people present struggled to save themselves, the snake also escaped.

Fortunately, neither the bystanders nor the animal were harmed in any way.

Watch the video here:

Cobra is the common name for various snakes, most of which belong to the genus Nadja. All known cobras are venomous, and many are capable of rearing up and hooding when threatened.

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