Cop gives CPR to unconscious snake : brought him back to life

Reactions to a video showing a police officer doing CPR on a snake have been varied.

The image shows a cop giving mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to a snake.

Social media users uploaded a video of a police officer giving CPR to an unconscious snake. In the video, the police officer is shown performing mouth-to-mouth resuscitation on the lizard after it came into contact with poisonous water. Internet users are debating the video. Some commended the officer, but others questioned whether CPR could actually save the life of a snake.

People are sharing the viral footage of the police officer’s CRP attempt on a variety of social media sites. Similar to the person who reposted it and stated, “A Madhya Pradesh police constable is performing CPR on a snake that had become unconscious after coming into contact with water laced with pesticides.” The snake was brought back to life by the constable, Atul Sharma, using mouth-to-mouth resuscitation; it was then securely released.

The stationary snake is seen being held by the policeman in the footage. He quickly begins the snake’s mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. He uses water to wash its body as well. The snake eventually begins to move, and people can be heard applauding the policeman.

What comments did users X make on this video?

An X user commented, “So good, this policeman deserves great appreciation.” Another person remarked, “This is very touching.” Is this the proper approach to deal with a snake in these circumstances? A third person tagged India Forest Service officer Parveen Kaswan and asked, “Can this be done?”

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