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Snake Captured and Released after Photoshoot

This is my 2nd biggest Snake Capture after the Winters of January 2011 when I captured the Copperhead Cobra Snake from the Kitchen(Click to see) .  Early morning my Cousin shouted with many fellows near my house and I get woke up, making my way to the loud - strong voices with temper, with long Rods, With Sticks ...." A Snake entered the Room ". Somehow I managed to cool down and Let my intuition to raise me out to tell them ...Wait I want to take it ...will try to capture , rather than killing ...if possible.(Please someone tell me the name or type of Snake this is?)
Snake Hiding for life in the Room
Taken my DSLR and snap by focusing the lenses deep inside the corners of Paddy Bags, where this snake is struggling for his life .(above Picture). From my earlier Cobra Capturing experience I have learn many thing to make it much more easier to handle these tense and dangerous situation.(Not a 1% trust from the Family to do it) . Every time I Capture Snakes , I took it to the River Bed (Kathjodi River) and release it to the nearby jungles.

Released Snake on the River Sands
 Mostly I do this to capture the best of Snaps that I can take , the best of expression that this animal offer to me , and the best of Eye Contact that I can have to understand better and better.
Taken my Favorite Snap from Camera
 The Overhead Snaps (bottom image) or the Full faced Eye contact Images are hard to take. and to get them the River sands do a lot of favor, they give comfort to the sanke(in trauma) and also get time to snap some good posses like the above image. Still I want to know the name of this Snake.
Above the Snake head Snap from Camera
Leaving to the Jungles near River

A Decent Gesture to Man and  his Culture !

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