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World's Venomous King Cobra found inside an Aircraft in India

A video has circulating on social media showing a Cobra trying to protect itself from rain by taking shelter inside the wheel compartment of a parked aircraft.As Chennai City in India limps back to normalcy after hit by a flood, a video has emerged showing Cobra trying to protect itself from rain by taking shelter inside the wheel compartment of a parked aircraft at the city airport.Cobra takes refuge from rain in aircraft wheel at Chennai airport. Rescued & reportedly released safely. :)The video shows some airport officials rescuing the snake and releasing it to safety away from the aircraft parked at the Chennai airport.Operations at Chennai airport remained suspended for five days after the main runway and other parts were waterlogged after days of heavy rains.The airport opened for 24-hour operation today. While no international flight is slated to take off or land at the airport, domestic flight services have begun.


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