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Please SHARE this movie. This is nature in hard, tough action. A c.80cm (c.31") Western Natal Green Snake (non-venomous to humans though probably mildly venomous to other small reptiles and animals) was seen before lunchtime in the rafters of the dining area at Zingela bush camp beside the Tugela River, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, on Saturday 12 January 2013. The snake discovered a very large, apparently docile and battle-worn Wahlberg's Velvet Gecko (Homopholis wahlbergii)(body length about 15cm) (which I had seen a few times in the area previously). After attacking the gecko in the rafters, the snake and its prey fell to...
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Quick video to show the effect of Malayan Pit Viper (Calloselasma rhodostoma) venom on blood. The hemotoxin causes the blood to coagulate and turn into a gelatin like clump. Disclaimer: This video is exclusively managed by Caters News. To license or use in a commercial player please contact [email protected] or call +44 121 616 1100 / +1 646 380 1615
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Feeding my buddies crotalus ruber
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Title: Piège à souris Top 10 - Piège à souris électrique - Comment faire un piège à rat #2
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Warning! Live feeding. The cottonmouth has been a picky eater over the winter but wasn't too picky today. She still refuses to eat frozen thawed mice. Disclaimer: I do not promote, condone, glamourize, or sensationalize any type of violence. This video is for educational purposes only. Thanks for watching!
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Oh hell, the hand was too close to the copperhead! Exoman shows his herper tools and explains how he could have been bitten on the fingertips by a copperhead Agkistrodon contortrix. If you want to see beauty and danger mixed together, check out this beautiful snake skin! Many comments refer to this as a deadly snake. The fact is this is one of the LEAST dangerous venomous snake species in the world. The pain might be extraordinary at times but the bite is very rarely lethal. The fatality rate is exceedingly low, about 0.01%. Bites from this normally docile animal...
These are my two boys, they are i think they are nearing 6-7 months old now. This is there first on most likely only time they will be able to eat mice or any other mammal. It's not the safest or healthiest but in very very moderate use it's good for a treat. I just want to give them a good meal to help with growth. Their staples are canadian night crawlers, dubia, lateralis, craniifer, and hissing roaches.