Last part of the Steve Irvin’s quest for 10 most deadliest snakes in the world. This is just incredible. He is just inches away from the most deadliest snake in the world - the fears snake. He had such a respect for these incredible animals… We miss you Steve Irvin.
Continue with the Steve Irvin’s quest for 10 most deadliest snakes in the world. Last 3 snakes to come.
Steve Irvin was a master of his trade. He was brave and sometimes crazy for doing this but he was so gentile with these deadliest animals of the world.
Steve Irvin is on a quest for 10 most deadliest snakes in the world. You won’t believe what he does with these really dangerous animals.
Young Steve Irvin is going for a trip of a lifetime. He is on a search for 10 most deadliest snakes in the world all of which are find in Australia. We miss you Steve Irvin
Brown Snakes also known as “Common Brownies” are the second most deadly snake in the world and the cause of 60% of snake bite deaths in Australia. Are very quick and have really small fangs.
Snakes can eat prays a couple of times in their size. Here are images of a python eating one Kangaroo.
They’ve found the fossils of the world’s biggest snake: Titanoboa
This guy is crazy! Coming across this middle size anaconda he starts to wrestle it.
Capybara is one of the biggest world’s roddent. Check what happens when it meets up with anaconda.
Here is a cool video of the spitting cobra attack.
Think you can guess who wins if Cobra and Water Monitor would meet?
Here’s a cool video brake down of an Anaconda attack. The victim: Jaguar.
This all happened in about 1 second.
In the past I posted a video of a mangoose attacking cobra, but this one shows even better what a mean killing machine Mongoose can be for a Cobra.
Burmese Python’s bite was fatale for this poor Guinea Pig. It never knew what had it coming.
At least it was soon over.
This is a video of two cute Leopard cubs playing with King Cobra.
Dangerous toy for the youngsters
Gopher snakes are generally good natured but I just came across this really fine specimen which looks really pissed off.
Gopher snakes can produce a loud hiss when agitated or fearful. When threatened they can also vigorously shake its tail which may produce a rattling sound if done in dry vegetation.
This is a video of a nice bite of a Garter snake which were long thought to be nonvenomous. Recent discoveries have revealed that they do in fact produce a mild neurotoxic venom. You can notice a nice red tongue which is really specific for this species.
Garter snakes are nevertheless harmless to humans due to the very low amounts of venom they produce.
Check this video of a very large Anaconda. Prepare yourself for a surprise at the end.