The Best Intentions Can Have Unintended Consequences

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During the British rule of Colonial India, venomous snakes were causing all kinds of problems in Delhi. Cobras, in particular, were a menace.

Something needed to be done to stop the spread of the Cobras and the British had just the plan. They decided to introduce…

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