Rare albino snake found from Madhuban

Rare albino snake found from Madhuban

Forest officials of Udaipur were in for a surprise today when they found an albino snake from the Madhuban area last night. This rarely found snake is believed to be the first such case in the state.

 
Rare albino snake found from Madhuban

Forest officials of Udaipur were in for a surprise today when they found an albino snake from the Madhuban area last night. This rarely found snake is believed to be the first such case in the state.

According to Satish Sharma, forest conservator, the snake was found and caught by Padam Singh Rathore from the Tribal Girl’s Hostel at Madhuban last night.

The snake is classified by the name ‘albino’ due to its distinct physical characteristics, such as its white body and red eyes.

“The reptile is less than a year old and is a non-poisonous Common Trinket Snake  of the Colubrideae family which is native to Udaipur and can usually be found in bushes. This snake usually grows up to 1.25 meters in length,” said Sharma.

  Rare albino snake found from Madhuban

Snake catcher Padam Singh Rathore and his team received information of the snake in their hostel premises. Upon inspection, Rathore recognized it is as a rare albino snake. He immediately informed forest officials to take custody of the reptile.

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