An Orange County Animal Control officer helps two private snake rehabilitator specialists load sealed bins of snakes into an SUV on Wednesday, May 4, at a home at on N.C. 54. Thirty four snakes, many venomous, plus a dog, cat, chickens and chicks, a caiman crocodile and fish were removed from the home after resident Ali Iyoob, 21, was bitten Monday by his pet King Cobra.
An Orange County Animal Control officer helps two private snake rehabilitator specialists load sealed bins of snakes into an SUV on Wednesday, May 4, at a home at on N.C. 54. Thirty four snakes, many venomous, plus a dog, cat, chickens and chicks, a caiman crocodile and fish were removed from the home after resident Ali Iyoob, 21, was bitten Monday by his pet King Cobra. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
An Orange County Animal Control officer helps two private snake rehabilitator specialists load sealed bins of snakes into an SUV on Wednesday, May 4, at a home at on N.C. 54. Thirty four snakes, many venomous, plus a dog, cat, chickens and chicks, a caiman crocodile and fish were removed from the home after resident Ali Iyoob, 21, was bitten Monday by his pet King Cobra. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

Orange Co. workers remove 34 snakes from home of bite victim

May 05, 2016 11:32 AM