Durban’s famous snake catcher Nick Evans managed to capture four black mambas who scared the living daylights out of local residents!
A fed-up landlord bared his fangs by resorting to using a snake to make life uncomfortable for tenants who had not paid their rent..
Snakes in South Africa become more active between October and April as the weather becomes warmer. Most of the country’s snakes are harmless, however, the public is urged to watch their step.
A farm worker has been dubbed ‘a man of steel’ after he released an African rock python into the wild in the North West province.
Social media users were left in awe after a women went viral for gently ‘asking’ a cobra to leave her house.
Two female Black Mambas were recently rescued from a roof, down in the Inanda area, west of Durban. Watch the video here.
A ‘super mellow’ slithery customer unexpectedly spiced up an Australian woman’s shopping experience at a Sydney Woolworths store.
Watch a video of ‘DiepCity’ actor Mduduzi Mabaso wrapping a python around his neck and facing his fear of snakes.
The snake, an albino reticulated python, is owned by the man’s neighbour and is believed to have made its way through the drains
Finding one black mamba on your property is scary enough, so spare a thought for this family in Durban, who have had their terror tripled…
Snakes on a coastal plain? Another Black Mamba has surfaced on a Durban beach this week – measuring a whopping 2.3 metres in length.
A Durban teenager was in for a rude awakening on Friday when he awoke to “a long, thick black snake” slithering across his bedroom floor.
Durban snake rescuer Nick Evans told the spine-chilling story of a constricting Mamba and how he managed to get out of its clutches.
During the course of the year, scientists and explorers discovered 9 new species: From Mammalia to Reptilia to Plantae.
Heading to a beach in Cape Town this weekend? You’ll have to be careful, as there could be some yellow-bellied sea snakes knocking about.
A yellow-bellied sea snake washed up on a popular beach in Cape Town this week – and more of the dangerous serpents may appear ‘in the coming days’.
Today, snake catchers can use a variety of online tools such as Google Maps and Google Lens to identify snakes from an image and navigating to the snake sighting as soon as possible.
It’s believed that a Python slithered its way down to Waterfall, KZN from Kloof Gorge, as the four-metre beast made its presence felt in the province.
As the temperature gets warmer the closer we get to summer, the chances of seeing a snake in your garden or home will increase.
Journalists, politicians and fellow legal professionals have shared their tributes to Judge Anton Steenkamp, who was killed by a Black Mamba on Monday.
A woman visiting Cape Town got a bit of a skrik, and nearly an extra luggage charge, when she discovered a cobra chilling in her jacket.
Snakes are magnificent creatures, but their venom can be fatal.
We would just be screaming.
Unnerving indeed, horror movie type stuff.