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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by devine, Aug 28, 2017.
Is that snake on drugs? I'm no snakologist, but that seemed like a extraordinarily aggressive snake
One of my biggest fears in life is being chased by a black mamba.
Also I believe that is a young king cobra in the video which is also fucking terrifying.
There's a guy in Florida with a big youtube channel that has Cobra's and vipers and bunch of other venomous snakes that he handles.
He got a black mamba and I think had to get rid of it within like a week because of how aggressive and fast it was.
Out of all the stuff you talk about on here, watching a guy with snakes on YouTube is by far the most believable
Hey, if "King Cobra eats Burmese Python" pops up on my recommended feed on youtube - better believe it's getting clicked on.
Which one are you watching, because Chandler still has 2 black mambas
Not sure - will have to update next time it comes up on my recommended - the burmese/cobra reference was definitely Chandler though.
It's not a regular watch, but I've definitely watched enough of them to were they'll be in my recommended pretty frequently.
Hi can anyone identify these spiders?
Location: South Florida
Best pics I could get at night.
Is the little one the male?
after a little searching I was thinking a Brown Widow
Looks right to me. The cobweb looking web and the yellow spots match the picture in your link.
Burn. Down. The. House.
Making a flame thrower
surely they have them at Walmart?
“Want me to stop filming and help you?”
All I could think of while watching that was this (skip to 1:25)
Not really the usual stuff that gets posted in this thread. But still seems appropriate.
Holy shit. African safari camp/tented hotel lobby becomes the end of hyena hunt.
Cross posted from the Random Pics thread.
Couldn’t believe how big some of the elk were when I saw some last year.
Soon as I saw that I remembered this post from a few pages back. Tried to see if it was the same place. But apparently late night hyena kills on-site are common. That was the first time they didn’t take their food to go lol. Kinda cool tho I guess. Top-level predators not giving a fuck about the human “habitat” one bit. Still doing what they’re born to do. Reminding the humans they are vacationing on their turf.
This is fucking terrifying. Just destroyed that bridge with one large rock
Couple of those rocks had some hell of a gainer off some lips
Didn't know it killed 9
It was a good thing that person hid behind the window or it could've been 10
hard to figure out the least surprising element of this video
the aggressive behavior of the snake
or that a man with a ponytail is involved in some pet snake action
Give the guy some respect, he risked his life so we could get a video.
The video was recorded by a woman
Feel bad? You should
My brother is a former K9 officer and has a malinoit (now retired) and can confirm that thing is satan reincarnated and scares the absolute shit out of me
“The bear looked quite full and had probably been destroying salmon and thus no desire to attack the people”
I loved the Malinoit that served with us in Afghanistan, but no way would I ever own one unless I could keep him busy all day. Great dogs but they are the true definition of working dog.
This one at least started to lose his drive toward the end of his career and my brother says he’s a big puss now… but yeah, I still have zero desire to be around him and fear he’d smell a hint of weed on me and chew my face off
Would never have guessed a deer would kill a hawk like.
I read that a squealing rabbit sounds similar to a fawn so hearing that rabbit set off the deer.
Or Bambi was just trying to save his friend Thumper.
I think you can stop now mister or miss deer, the bird is dead.