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Poisonous cobra was killed after being bitten by an 8-year-old Indian boy


Sharma said: “I have never had such an incident in Jashpur district.

The incident happened just a few months after a similar 2-year-old Turkish girl was bitten to death by a snake

Monday’s incident comes just months after a 2-year-old girl in Turkey killed a similar snake while she was playing in her backyard. Shade room previous report.

“Our neighbor told me the snake was in my child’s hand, she played with it and then it bit her,” Mehmet Ercan, the toddler’s father, told Newsweek. “She then bit back the snake as a response.”

The toddler, who was not named, survived and is still alive and well.

Two-year-old snake bites to death after reptile bites its lip
Snake handlers perform during a snake show at Mae SA Snake Farm in Maerim, Chiang Mai. (Photo by Stephen J. Boitano / LightRocket via Getty Images)

According to reports, the toddler bit the reptile to death after it first attacked her and stuck its fangs in her lips. According to Newsweek, the boy is from the village of Kantar near Bingol. The incident is said to have happened on August 10.

Neighbors found the toddler after hearing her screams coming from the backyard area. When the neighbors reached toddler age, she had a bite mark on her lip. But, the little girl was also bitten by a 20-inch snake between her teeth.

It is not clear how the snake died after the bite, but the toddler was taken to hospital for treatment. The toddler’s father was said to be at work when the snake attacked and took revenge. Doctors treated the girl at Bingol Children’s and Maternity Hospital.

Medical professionals monitored the child for 24 hours and determined that she was recovering well.

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