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2.7-meter-long King Cobra pulled from car's engine in China

21 April 2019

The police officer in China's southwest Yunnan province pulled a 2.7-meter-long king cobra out from a car engine on Thursday. A woman encountered a big snake crawling on road when she was driving with her family. She never expected the snake to enter the car chassis and hid out for one night.

The woman called the police the next day when she realized the snake was still in the car, and officers eventually used cooking oil as lubrication to extricate the snake from the car's engine. later the snake was released to the wild by police officer.