When her dog warned her to a black mamba resting on a roof panel in her bedroom, a young girl was spared an unpleasant surprise.
"When she looked up, there was this decent-sized black mamba relaxing as well," he explained.
Evans said he arrived at the site with his friend and fellow snake catcher in the region, Grant, and the two walked down to a wooden cottage.
"We could see the mamba as soon as we went in." "It was hanging over the top of the cabin's wall, staring back at us," he explained.
Evans expressed concern that the mamba would make its way out the back and into the jungle.
“But I moved up to it and gently grabbed it with the tongs as I walked up to it. I had the tail end, so I grasped it with my hand and waited for the head to appear with the tongs in my right hand. It did after a short time, and I pinned it down," he explained.
Because the mamba was so comfortable, Evans quipped that the rescue was anti-climatic. He described the 2.3-meter-long mamba as emaciated and said it was in desperate need of a few rats.
"The camera's flash has reflected in the snake's eyes, making it appear considerably more menacing than it is," he explained.
Evans went on to say that the family handled the situation appropriately and that the snake was not a threat to them.
"It was interesting to note that they were more thrilled than afraid about it, which was fairly amazing. They dealt with the issue admirably. "Remember, as long as the mamba was left alone, it had no intention or desire to bite anyone," he stated.
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