Thane. A rare snake has been spotted in Thane, Maharashtra on Monday. The name of this snake is Albino. It is rarely found in the country. It differs from snakes due to the lack of melanin. Explain that due to being colorless, it is called albino. Sarpamitra Kishore Salvi said, "The length of the rescued albino snake is about 1 foot. This snake differs due to the lack of pigment (melanin). Due to being colorless, it is called albino."
Let us inform that recently, albino snake was also found in Ghorepdal village of Pune district of Maharashtra. This rare snake has been found in the house of farmer Sachin Sondkar. Everyone was surprised to see him. The length of this snake was more than 4 and a half feet. According to media reports, Sarpamitra Pankaj Gadekar immediately caught him and released him in his natural habitat through the Forest Department. #WATCH Maharashtra: A rare albino snake found in India was found in a Thane campus today. Sarpamitra Kishore Salvi said, "The length of the rescued albino snake is about 1 foot. This snake differs due to the lack of pigment (melanin). It is called albino because it is colorless." pic.twitter.com/ZM3jIZLfSn — ANI_HindiNews (@AHindinews) October 17, 2022 This white-coloured and red-eyed cobra is very venomous compared to other common snakes. It runs much faster than other snakes. Albinos are counted among the 10 rarest animals in the world. In these snakes, there is no pigmentation in the snake’s body due to leukism and their whole body becomes white.