SNAKE !! (2 Viewers)


This is a 15 foot Eastern Diamondback rattlesnake - the largest ever caught on record, in fact. This snake was found Near the St. Augustine outlet, in a new KB homes subdivision just south of Jacksonville FL.
A little research revealed the following:
One bite from a snake of this size would contain enough venom to kill over 40 full grown men.
The head of this snake alone is larger than the hand of a normal sized man.
A bite from those fangs would comparable to being stabbed by two curved, 1/4 inch diameter screwdrivers.
The knife being used to draw out the fangs for the bottom picture has a blade around 4 inches long.
This snake is estimated to have weighed over 170 pounds. (How much do you weigh?)
Notice the girth of this snake as compared to the cop’s leg in the first picture (and he is not a small man).
A snake of this size could easily swallow a 2 year-old child (and dogs, pigs, etc).
A snake this size has an approximately 5 1/2 foot accurate striking distance. (The distance for an average size rattlesnake is about 2 feet.)
This snake has probably been alive since George Bush Sr. was President.
Now just ask yourself these questions: What has this snake been feeding on and where are its offspring?


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A photograph showing a snake 55 feet long (16,764 m) in a forest in China has become a sensation on the net. It was originally published in a thread in People's Daily, official newspaper of the Communist Party of China. The publication stated that the image was shown one of two large boas found by loggers who made their way to build a new road on the outskirts of the city Guping, Jiangxi Province.

Apparently, the snakes were discovered when attempting to remove a large mound of earth. "In the third excavation machine operator was found with bloodstains on the floor and the fourth discovered two snakes. Affirms the post.

"At the same time another giant golden boa appeared with his mouth open. The driver was paralyzed from fear, while the other workers ran scared for his life ".

"When workers returned, boas wounds had died, while the other had disappeared. The excavator operator was so impressed that she could not stand. " They said that during his trip to the hospital suffered a heart attack and died later.

The dead snake measuring 55 feet (16.7m) long, weighs 300 kg and its estimated 140 years old.

La serpiente mas grande del mundo (16 metros) |


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Texas indigo snake vs rattler


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totally shitposter, with Dunning–Kruger effect
wuuoo cool...

i saw a doc about snake vs crocodile and the crocodile won, the snake twist the croc,the croc lowered its heart beat so low that the snake thought the croc was already ded and began swallowing it, once inside the croc wakes up, crawled out and the snake dies with its belly ripped

unrelated, I did have a pic but lost it ?

Mating snakes wreck Cairns club roof

A seven metre female python and her harem of male snakes are literally bringing the roof down at a Cairns sports club.
Six scrub pythons measuring at least 3.5m and weighing up to 50kg are fighting over one female in the roof of the Hekili Outrigger Canoe Club at Yorkeys Knob.
The amorous males have dislodged the ceiling boards in their pursuit of the female python, which club members have dubbed "Nagini" after the giant snake in the Harry Potter series.
Club coach Sue Lockwood said the roof was replaced just three months ago after it was damaged in Cyclone Yasi.
"The whole board underneath the eaves has basically popped open and now they're entering and exiting through that hole. When we're inside the shed we can hear them moving around," she told AAP.
"We've only just had our ceiling replaced because it caved in when Cyclone Yasi hit us.
"It was pretty well much a mess for a long time, it's all just been replaced and now the snakes are breaking the roof."
A snake catcher has removed two of the males but the others are proving elusive, Ms Lockwood said.
"He can see where they're going but he just can't get in there so we have to wait until they come out."
She says bite marks found on one of the captured pythons show they have been fighting over Nagini.
It's not the first time snakes have used the club's roof as a mating ground but this time around the males are bigger and there is more of them, she said.
Some club members are unsettled but Ms Lockwood says the snakes are mostly harmless and only bite when startled.
"The irony of it is is that we paddle canoes in croc-infested waters and we have marine stingers for six months of the year, and we have tiger sharks and bull sharks in the bay where we paddle, and big huge saltwater crocodiles and yet everyone is scared of a little snake," she said.

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