A venomous red-bellied black snake gets a second chance at life after being freed from a beer can.
Handling venomous snakes is risky business. One bite could spell lights out.
Watch as Tim Faulkner and the caring team at The Australian Reptile Park carefully extricate this unhappy camper to give it a new lease on life.
The snake was originally found at a job site the company Total Earth Care was working at. Chris Green made the rescue and Rachael Loneragan delivered it to the Reptile Park.
Thanks to these compassionate folk, this red-bellied black snake didn’t die a slow and agonizing death.
Food for thought – littering does more harm than we think. This snake is a perfect example of that.