Agra Mar 22 (IANS): In two profitable rescue operations, specialists of the Wildlife SOS saved a monitor lizard which had its head caught inside a tin can in Agra, moreover rescuing a cobra in Mathura on the day of Holi.
The monitor lizard was present in a precarious state of affairs at Agra’s Chandra Nagar space. On recognizing the reptile’s head caught inside a rusted tin can, the residents instantly contacted the Wildlife SOS.
The Wildlife SOS workforce reached the placement and safely rescued the animal. The monitor lizard has not sustained any accidents however it’s at the moment being saved underneath remark and can quickly be launched as soon as declared match by the NGO’s veterinarians.
In one other incident, an almost six-foot-long Indian cobra was noticed close to the Police Traces in Mathura on the day of Holi. To be able to keep away from any mishap, the locals instantly contacted the NGO’s rescue helpline quantity and the workforce reached the placement to securely extricate the snake.
After being saved underneath remark, the cobra was safely launched again into its pure habitat.
Kartick Satyanarayan, Co-founder and CEO, Wildlife SOS, mentioned, “This isn’t the primary time that we needed to carry out a number of rescues in a single week. In actual fact, we now have rescued monitor lizards previously from conditions the place they have been discovered caught inside jars. This normally occurs once they attempt to search for meals in these containers and it might get actually distressing for the lizards. Our workforce is well-equipped and educated to deal with such rescue operations.”
Baiju Raj M.V., Director, Conservation Tasks, Wildlife SOS, mentioned, “We often perform snake rescues in Agra and Mathura, the first causes being speedy urbanisation, improve in building work, shrinking habitats and lack of pure prey base. These elements drive the snakes to discover human-dominated landscapes looking for prey.”