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Turtles or Snakes- Which do cars hit more? ROADKILL EXPERIMENT

I read a long time ago that people will swerve more to hit turtles over snakes... and as a firm believer in the scientific method, I decided to test this hypothesis.


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Rattlesnake Bowkill

DANGER!!! VIDEO CONTAINS MILD VIOLENCE!!! A Western Diamondback Rattlesnake gets violently SLAMMED. If this sounds offensive, don't watch it. And yes, I ate the snake.
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Blowgun Lizard Assassin

Amazing blowgun head shots on Texas lizards. Long range blowgun shots using Cold Steel Shotgun Dart
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10 TOXIC Jungle Creatures

From the unassuming POISONOUS Butterfly, to the the aptly named Fire Corals, these are 10 TOXIC Jungle Creatures you need to look out for ! It might save your life !

*Postman Butterfly -- Found in tropical regions of Mexico to northern South America, this butterfly is easily spotted by its large, long wings with red patterns that bear an orange stripe down each forewing. As beautiful as they are to look at, however, they’re actually poisonous insects. There’s a reason for those distinctive wings … the colors and patterns serve as a warning to predators to keep their distance. The postman butterfly acquires its nasty trait as a caterpillar … when the butterfly lays its eggs on the leaves of passionflower species, the caterpillar eats the leaves. Since some species of Passionflower contain toxins, the poison passes into the caterpillar, and the butterfly retains the effects. Predators taking a bite of this butterfly will come away with a mouthful of foul-tasting toxins. Don’t worry, though … butterflies aren’t known to bite humans. And even it the Postman did turn aggressive, it couldn’t deliver enough toxins to harm human beings or larger mammals.

*Fire Corals -- Widely distributed in subtropical and tropical waters from the Indian, Atlantic and Pacific Oceans to the Caribbean Sea, they appear to be brush-like growths on coral and rocks. Because they’re easily mistaken for seaweed, divers often make accidental contact with them. Why is that a bad idea? Because these little marine organisms have little tentacles protruding from their surface pores. Those little tentacles can pass on a venom that produces a painful sting that can cause red welts or lesions to appear on the skin. Swelling, and blisters can also occur … but all symptoms usually go away within 24 hours. The only way its sting could be dangerous if the victim experienced an allergic reaction, or anaphylactic shock. If you’re diving in the neighborhood of these Fire Corals, you might want to keep your hands to yourself … otherwise you might get burned!

*Lionfish -- Thanks to its distinct coloration, you -- along with their predators -- are advised that this fish is a venomous creature. Along with its distinct display of pectoral fins and spiky, venomous fin rays, the Lionfish is basically warning you to keep your distance. Thanks to their potent venom, they’re regarded as excellent predator fish and tend to go after invertebrates, small fish, and mollusks. That venom also makes them dangerous to fishermen and divers … If stung by one of their fin rays, Lionfish venom can result in symptoms including extreme pain, respiratory difficulties, and temporary paralysis … in extreme cases, even heart failure and death may result. Generally, Lionfish venom is not fatal to humans unless the victim is allergic to the sting. Native to the Indo-Pacific, species of Lionfish can be found off the East Coast of the US as well as in the Caribbean. Did you know, Lionfish are edible if correctly prepared … would you want to try it?

*Amazon Pit Viper -- This venomous animal is found in South America’s Amazon. It can grow to around 1 meter or over 3 feet in length, and is usually found near the waters of lowland rainforests. Hiding in tree hollows or thick foliage during the day, the snake comes out at night to feed on smaller animals like mice, frogs, birds,and lizards … using its prehensile tail to anchor itself and ambush its prey. This pit viper is a source of many snakebites throughout the Amazon region … and because of its arboreal nature, it tends to strike most often at the upper body, including arms, hands and faces. The viper’s venom can produce symptoms like local pain, bruising, fever, unconsciousness and shock. If there’s any good news in all that, it’s that only one death has been reported.

That’s kind of a pretty picture, isn’t it? But those aren’t pearls ... those are eggs of the Peruvian Giant Yellow Leg Centipede -- also known as the Amazonian Giant Centipede, this venomous creature can measure up to 12 inches long. With dimensions like that you’d expect it to be among the largest species of centipedes. It’s found in northern South America, in tropical or subtropical rainforests and tropical dry forests as well. The creature acts as fierce as it looks … known to feed tarantulas, frogs up to 10 inches long, lizards, mice, snakes, and sparrow sized birds. They’re even known to climb cave ceilings where they can hang by only a few legs and snatch bats out of the air! The centipede’s venom is deadly to its prey, but too weak kill a healthy adult human … but it can cause severe reactions on the skin, as well as symptoms including chills, fever and weakness.

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Strangled by a Boa Constrictor | Deadly 60 | Series 2 | BBC

Steve Backshall risks being strangled by a Boa Constrictor snake as he demonstrates their lethal killing technique - on himself! Incredible clip from Deadly 60 series 2.

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The Sidewinder Snake Slithers at 18 MPH

Reaching speeds up to 18 MPH, the sidewinder slithers rapidly along the desert dunes. The way it buries itself in the sand is even scarier.

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A pissed off copperhead we caught

My brother and Myself caught this rascal on our shooting range.

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The banded sea snake packs enough poison to kill a human. But to a passing eagle, the snake looks like a tasty — if dangerous — morsel.
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Hawk snake hunting

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Snake vs. Roadrunner Face-off | National Geographic

When a roadrunner spots a diamondback snake, it goes in for the kill.
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Cottonmouth vs Rattlesnake 01 - Snake Eats Snake

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The cottonmouth, also know as water moccasin, is an opportunistic feeder. Its diet includes mammals, birds, amphibians, fish, snakes, small turtles and small alligators. These snake do not hesitate to prey on venomous like rattlesnakes or copperheads. Cannibalism is a frequent occurrence between this species as well as the feeding on carrion. But in general its diet consists of fish and frogs. Fish are captured by cornering them in shallow water, usually against the bank or under logs. They take advantage when bodies of water begin to dry up in the summer or early fall and gorge themselves on the resulting high concentrations of fish and tadpoles.
Frogs and small birds are seized and held until movement stopped. Larger prey will be approached in a more cautious manner; a rapid strike will be executed after which the snake withdraws. Young individuals have yellowish or greenish tail tips and engage in caudal luring. The tail tip is wriggled to lure prey, such as frogs and lizards, within striking distance. These video was filmed by Heiko Kiera aka Ojatro in Florida 2012.

Mongoose Vs. Cobra

Mongooses and snakes are each other's deadliest opponents. When they face off, the outcome is utterly unpredictable.

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Rattlesnake that almost bit me

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Hunting and Eating Invasive Iguanas | National Geographic

Shoot to kill … and eat. That's become the new method for limiting the out-of-control green iguana population in Puerto Rico. Volunteers in the island territory have begun patrolling for the pesky lizard in an effort to reduce its numbers. Meat from iguanas can become part of the human diet. Even restaurants in the continental United States are starting to import iguana meat, which can be prepared in many different ways.
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Giant Water Bug Strikes!

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On this special Outtake, Coyote gets up close with one of the crawlies that creeps him out the most…the GIANT WATER BUG!

While night herping along a creekside in Costa Rica director Mark spots another huge Toe-Biter in the water and insists Coyote face his fears and pick up the massive waterbug to get the shot they need…the only question is will Coyote take one of the world’s most painful stings in the process?

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Copperheads Swarm Deer Hunting

October 1st, 2012 - I was deer hunting Love County, Oklahoma in my ladder stand when the ground came alive with Broad-banded Copperheads. I counted 5 at one time, seemed like more as they were coupling, chasing, and just moving all around for about an hour. I never saw a single snake when on the ground, only when I was up in the stand.

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