A black mamba, considered to be one of the most deadliest snakes in the world, paid an unexpected visit to a home in Durban, South Africa. The venomous snake was measured to be over eight feet long (2.5 meters) and was probably interested in the numerous pets the homeowner was keeping. A professional snake handler was called in to remove the mamba safely, and it was later tagged and released in a reserve.
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