If anyone sees a snake in such areas, no one usually dares to catch it with bare hands, and they get ready to chase that snake away anyway. If there is someone who is trained to catch a snake, they may sometimes catch the snake by hand. The first step in catching a snake is to identify the venomous and non-venomous snakes. As well as their methods of attacking. At the same time, they catch the snake only after pressing on the head of the snake with a stick with a 'V' shaped shield at the front top edge. Most people are not trained to do this, so instead of catching a snake, they chase it away or beat it. But spraying kerosene and sprinkle crushed garlic around the house (because of their smell) has been heard as a means of keeping snakes away.
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Some people are not scared of snakes. A long time ago a Bengali man was working with me in a company. Somebody said that there is a snake on the lawn. Some of the employees were standing there and the snake was lying on the ground. When our Bengali colleague heard it he went there. He came closer to it, the snake didn't move. He watched its hood for a few seconds and all of sudden he moved his foot and conculcated on its hood and killed it.
Those tribes or rustic people who eat snakes catch them easily. I have seen several videos of such people.
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