Surge casualties returning home in the Indian territory of Kerala have been cautioned to plan for another danger: Snakes.
A few snake-getting groups have been sent to influenced territories, in the midst of fears the reptiles could be covering up in pantries, under floor coverings, or inside clothes washers in already submerged homes.
Healing centers in the most noticeably awful hit zones are preparing supplies of neutralizing agent venom.
Crushing flooding has murdered around 400 individuals in Kerala since June.
In excess of a million others were dislodged, with a considerable lot of them taking safe house in a huge number of help camps over the southern state.
And the excess of snakes, scorpions and different creepy crawlies are accounted for to have moved into human homes.