Today we want to share with you a video on how an expert snake rescue is executed.
This week we want to raise public awareness for snakebite throughout the world. Every year 50,000 men die of snakes bite in the Indian countryside. Most of these deaths can be prevented! Follow the simple guidelines of the film about what to do if bitten. Only antivenom can neutralize a poisonous bite; there is no other option, so rush to a hospital as quickly as possible.
Following the video from last week, we now present Bryan Fry’s ‘Asia’s deadliest snakes.’
With the coming symposium the focus will be the outreach to the younger generation and non-snake people. To get in the mood we will be sharing a number of related videos. Starting off with a video from Romulus Whitaker concerning the four deadliest snakes of India.
When you attend the symposium you support several good projects concerning conservation and education of the king cobra.
On of that is saekerat rescue and conservation center. Here they educate people about the king cobra and also they rescue king cobras out of houses so that they dont get killed.
Watch this video of Ajay Giri, one of our speakers at the symposium.
We’re extremely honored that Romulus Whitaker will be one of the keynote speakers in the fabulous line up at the king cobra symposium .
Here you can see him give a talk at the prestigious TED stage.
If you want to learn from the best and meet him in person, the symposium will be the place to be.