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Trikal Chakraborty rescues highly venomous Red-Tail Bamboo Pit Viper from a house in Tarapur

Trikal Chakraborty, a prominent conservation enthusiast known for his expertise in rescuing venomous yet ecologically significant snakes, sprang into action on Saturday evening following a rescue call from Tarapur.

Chakraborty swiftly made his way to Tarapur and located the scene of distress, which unfolded in a house opposite the Silchar Railway Station.

While speaking with Barak Bulletin, Chakraborty revealed that he had received information about a green-colored snake that had infiltrated the house, and its remarkable camouflage made it impossible for anyone to approach the serpent safely.

“After I arrived at the location,” Chakraborty remarked, “I identified the snake as a highly venomous red-tail bamboo pit viper.”

The red-tail bamboo pit viper, scientifically classified as Trimeresurus erythrurus, is native to India and is recognized for its potent venom and striking appearance. It typically inhabits forested areas and is known for its ability to blend seamlessly with its leafy surroundings.

Chakraborty diligently adhered to standard rescue procedures, successfully extricating the reptile from the precarious situation. During the rescue operation, he also took the opportunity to raise awareness about this snake species, highlighting its remarkable camouflage tactics, predatory behavior, and the importance of its protection and conservation.

Following the successful rescue mission, the red-tail bamboo pit viper was released back into its natural habitat, contributing to the preservation of this ecologically significant species.

Chakraborty’s swift response and expertise once again underscore the critical role played by conservationists in safeguarding both wildlife and the environment. His dedication to the cause continues to be a source of inspiration for conservation enthusiasts and nature lovers across the state. As such, his actions serve as a reminder of the need for vigilance and awareness when it comes to preserving the delicate balance of our natural ecosystems.

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