Thursday, February 08, 2007


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Nick Name: 'Snakeman'

Name: P. Rajesh

Age: 22-year-old

Qualification: A computer science student.

Hails from: Berhampur in Orissa State of India

Childhood hobby: Special attraction for reptiles

Passion: To save snakes from the wrath of urbanites

His start up: 'Snake Helpline Club'

His achievement: Caught more than 3,000 cobras

His dangerous passion: Kissing the hoods of wild cobras

Above are the credentials of a person called 'Snakeman' who hails from Berhampur, which is located in the eastern coastline of India in the state of Orissa. Aim of 'Snakeman' in life is to educate people about the fallacy of panicking myths surrounding snakes. He gives awareness through his 'Snake Helpline Club' to people that most snakes are not venomous and they only bite out of fear. He and his team reach any household in his city at a single phone call to catch the snake live, which they set free inside jungle areas far away from the city.

In the above picture, a child holds a snake as P. Rajesh, the 'Snakeman' (standing behind the child) gives a demonstration to students in Berhampur in Orissa State of India. Read more...............Catching that twist in the tail
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