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  • 34 snakes removed from Orange residence

    VIDEO: Snake rehabilitation specialists along with Orange Animal Control officers remove 34 snakes, many of them venomous, part of 60 animals overall removed from a home on Highway 54 in western Orange County Wednesday, May 4, 2016. The home resident, Ali Iyoob, was bitten Monday evening by his pet King Cobra, and made it to UNC Hospitals where he was at first in critical condition. Iyoob has been given an anti-venom.

VIDEO: Snake rehabilitation specialists along with Orange Animal Control officers remove 34 snakes, many of them venomous, part of 60 animals overall removed from a home on Highway 54 in western Orange County Wednesday, May 4, 2016. The home resident, Ali Iyoob, was bitten Monday evening by his pet King Cobra, and made it to UNC Hospitals where he was at first in critical condition. Iyoob has been given an anti-venom. Harry Lynch The News and Observer
VIDEO: Snake rehabilitation specialists along with Orange Animal Control officers remove 34 snakes, many of them venomous, part of 60 animals overall removed from a home on Highway 54 in western Orange County Wednesday, May 4, 2016. The home resident, Ali Iyoob, was bitten Monday evening by his pet King Cobra, and made it to UNC Hospitals where he was at first in critical condition. Iyoob has been given an anti-venom. Harry Lynch The News and Observer

More than 30 snakes removed from home where cobra bite occurred

May 04, 2016 8:07 PM