Griffin reptile rescuer bitten twice saving snakes tangled in shrimp net

Jason Clark of Southeastern Reptile Rescue Facebook lived his rescue Friday of two rat snakes tangled in a shrimp net used by a man as defense after the snakes entered his garage. Clark was bitten twice, said he'd do it again even if the snakes were venomous.

You can't find a better friend to snakes than Jason Clark.

He's been rescuing them for more than 15 years with his business and passion - Southeastern Reptile Rescue, Griffin, Ga.

His fondness for snakes was on full display Friday when he Facebook lived a rescue of what turned out to be two rat snakes that were tangled in a shrimp net used by a homeowner as defense.

The snakes entered the homeowner's garage and managed to unplug the deep freezer. He used the shrimp net to remove them and called Clark after the snakes became ensnared in the netting.

Clark was bitten twice during the rescue and said that wouldn't stop him from doing it again - even if the snakes were venomous.

If that's not love for snakes, what is?

 

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