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Caught on Videos: When Big Snakes Attack Humans!

Snakes with venomous bites are dangerous, but monster serpents that crush and swallow their prey whole are equally frightening.

Faye Williams





There’s no doubt that snakes are among the most dangerous animals around. As stated in the paper, “The origin of snakes,” there are more than 3,400 species of living snakes (Serpentes) that live in just about any kind of environment.

These legless reptiles occupy “fossorial, arboreal, terrestrial, and aquatic environs, and living in climates ranging from arid deserts to the open ocean.”

While there are snakes that can kill their prey in a matter of minutes with their venomous bites, there are also huge snakes who can overpower their targets and crush their bones before swallowing them whole.

Missing woman found inside a 25-ft python’s stomach

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Snakes — along with other wildlife — have lost their habitat due to development are driven to search for prey in the cities. Over the years, city dwellers have reported stumbling upon pythons, boa constrictors, and anacondas in their backyards or even inside their homes.

Some of these big snakes are over 24 feet long. For the record, the longest snake that’s currently in captivity is a reticulated python that’s 25 feet and two inches long. 

Missing Indonesian man found inside a 23-Ft. python

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Despite the dangers, people are still drawn to snakes. They’re seen in movies like Snakes on a Plane and Anaconda, immortalized as villains such as G.I. Joe‘s Cobra Commander, and are favorite subjects in tattoos. Moreover, handling, catching, and killing a snake is also considered some sort of a kick-ass accomplishment.

This fascination for snakes may explain why so many people dare to get close to these slithering reptiles and inevitably expose themselves to the risk of a snake attack.

Despite not having venom, the jaws of large snakes are deadly.

After wrapping themselves around their prey, large snakes then work on swallowing them whole.

As Cory Binns wrote in a LiveScience article, “Super-sized meals do not intimidate snakes. Unlike a mammalian jaw that is built for brute force, a snake’s is rigged with tendons, muscles, and ligaments that give the jaw a gymnast’s flexibility. The jaws do not dislocate, however.”

Binns went on to explain that the snake’s two lower jaws move independently of one another. An elastic ligament allows them to spread apart. The quadrate bone is not rigidly attached to the skull, but articulates with the skull at one end. Therefore, it can move freely.

A snake takes its time swallowing its food (whatever size it may be) while slathering it with its saliva.

If these clips teach us anything it’s this: Never underestimate snakes or you’ll end up paying with your life.

Python eats a drunk man in Bangladesh

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Biker Begs for Life After A Herd of Elephants Corner Him

The sound of the motorbike apparently agitated the herd.

Mini Malabanan



An unidentified biker was seen begging for his life after a herd of wild elephants cornered him at Khao Yai National Park.

In the video below, a man was spotted attempting to drive past a herd of elephants. The largest, believed to be the matriarch, suddenly charged at him prompting the rest of the herd to do the same.

Surprisingly, the biker just stood next to his bike and bowed to the elephants as a sign of respect.

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This Elephant and Her Caretaker’s Goodbye After 20 Years Together Will Bring Tears to Your Eyes

All goodbyes are bittersweet.

Grace Alviar Viray



Shirley, the elephant, was once trapped in the Louisiana Purchase Zoo as part of the circus. Spending more than twenty years away from other elephants, she, however, received care from Solomon James.

For more than two decades, Shirley and Solomon developed a very close bond that separation would mean breaking both their hearts. However, it was inevitable, and Solomon knew that Shirley would need to be with other elephants soon.

In 2003, the zoo finally agreed to release Shirley to the Elephant Sanctuary where she could be with other elephants. It was a sad separation for Shirley and Solomon as they finally had to say goodbye for good.

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Watching These Dogs on Wheel Carts Enjoy Playing Fetch is Absolutely Heartwarming

There’s no stopping these dogs on wheelcarts!

Grace Alviar Viray



A heartwarming video of dogs in wheel carts made rounds on social media in 2014. Rina, and her other disabled dog friends, can't help but enjoy playing fetch with their owner Gritta Goetz.

You see, Rina was once a victim of abuse as she was used by her old owners as a target in Bulgaria. About 20 bullets were removed from her body and two of those bullets were inoperable as they were stuck in her spinal canal. Since then, she started using a wheel cart so she could walk.

It was not an easy recovery for Rina, and it took a year before she went out of her safe box. However, today, Rina is now playful and fearless, and she enjoys playing fetch with the other dogs Gritta has rehabilitated.

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