This man has been capturing snakes for past 30 years.
Even a single picture of a giant snake can make people frightened, right? But, what if hundreds of serpents emerge from a green sack and crawl out into the forest? Definitely, it will chill down anyone's spine.
A shocking visual of a man releasing a sackful of snakes in the woods is going viral.
The man named Salem Khan from Bhopal, India has been catching snakes for the past 30 years. Every year he releases around 500 snakes which include rat snakes, cobras, vipers and many other dangerous reptiles into the dark forest of Pachmarhi, which is a hill station nearby state's capital.
Khan later confirmed that he released around 285 snakes inside the forest of Pachmarhi.
He rescued the snakes from the locality and released back into the forest of Pachmarhi, Hoshangabad area near Bhopal, India.
He released around 285 snakes which include the most venomous ones too.
This is giving me goosebumps.
"We chose to release them during the evening time as the earth is cooler during that period."
He is popularly known as Saleem Saanp Wala, or Saleem, the snake man.