Aliya Mir does it again, rescues Eastern Cliff Racer

Aliya Mir, who rescued a venomous viper from fromer Chief Minister Omar Abdullah’s Srinagar residence, is against in news -this time rescuing a rare snake from a private residence in Ganderbal area of central Kashmir.
Wildlife SOS projects manager for Jammu and Kashmir, Aliya Mir has years of experience of rescuing snakes and reptiles in distress.
Days after rescuing a snake outside Omar Abdullah’s house, Aaliya Mir of Wildlife SoS has rescued this extremely rare and mildly venomous snake (‘Eastern Cliff Racer’) from a house in Kangan-Ganderbal and released it back in its natural habitat.


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