Twin-Spotted Wolf Snake rescued in Dhanushadham Municipality
On 11th November 2014 (2071 Kartick 25) afternoon, while Dhanushadham Protected Forest Council -Working Committee was preparing for a meeting, Mr. Sanjay Kumar Mahto, a member from the same committee came with a snake. Though he didn’t touch the snake physically, he kept the snake in a plastic bottle with help of a stick and brought to the Dhanushadham Protected Forest where MWT chairman was also present. He handed over the plastic bottle with snake to him.
Twin-Spotted Wolf Snake on the hand of a school student_The snake was rescued in Dhanushadham Municipality
One of the members asked him how he got the courage of it. He replied “Generally I used to kill the snakes within no time, but since the date I came in touch of Mithila Wildlife Trust, I use to leave them without disturbing. I had never seen this snake in my lifetime, so, I thought of brining here for confirmation.” The snake was confirmed as Twin-Spotted Wolf Snake which is also known as Yellow Speckled Wolf Snake. It’s a non venomous snake.
MWT is grateful to him for his awesome work done to save a life.
Today evening MWT chairman Mr Dev Narayan Mandal rescued two snakes from different parts of the Mithileshwar Mauwahi, A Viper sp. (haemotoxic) from Naval Pandith’s house, Mithileshar Mauwahi-7,
Rescued Viper in bottle.
Wolf Snake non- poisonous) from the house of Ranjit Mandal, Mithileshwar Mauwahi-4
Rescued injured L.aulicus in MWT office
and after two rescue it as unfortunate, while reaching to third rescue spot, the mobs nearby area killed a Checkered Keelback ( Water Snake).
unfortunately a delay in three minute for third rescue Checkered Keelback (Xenochrophis piscator), made some peoples to wipe of this one from Earth
This continuous and vigilant wildlife rescue calls makes MWT very happy to save the lives of speechless creatures…
Rescued form Mithileshwar village.
Rescued second L.jara from Mithileshwar in this evening. As our team reached there jara was noticed inside cattle manure, our team cleared the area and rescued this rare species of snake and noticed a small wound happened by some spines or rusted iron peices nearby as chlidrens were trying to kill him.